Free Speech and Advocacy on Campus
Southern Utah University
The University shall provide reasonable space indoors and outdoors for the posting of non-commercial signs, notices, posters, and banners by Members of the University Community. Subject to the limitations on unlawful/unprotected speech (Section IV.B.2.), the logistical procedures established by the Student Involvement and Leadership Office and Facilities Management, and reasonable and nondiscriminatory Time, Place, and Manner Restrictions, such signs, notices, posters, and banners may deal with any subject matter, including but not limited to notices of meetings or events and expressions of positions and ideas on social or political topics.
Members of the University Community may post non-commercial signs, notices, and posters on bulletin boards and kiosks located on SUU campus and maintained by the University; however, they may not be posted on bulletin boards or kiosks maintained by academic and administrative departments of the University or in classrooms (per Section IV.K.2.b.).
Any person may hand out and distribute non-commercial handbills, petitions, or other written material throughout campus without prior approval, subject to the limitations on unlawful/unprotected speech (Section IV.B.2.) and reasonable and nondiscriminatory Time, Place, and Manner Restrictions.