The following regulations govern the distribution of literature by campus community:
3. All literature or information disseminated must clearly state the name of the sponsoring organization or of the individual student distributing the material.
4. Distribution must occur in such a manner as to avoid friction and confrontation. Distribution must be passive in nature and not on a ‘hand to hand’ basis.
Requests for permission to distribute literature should be directed to the Office of the Dean of Students.
All recognized university employee groups and student organizations or clubs, or individual students and employees must obtain the appropriate Posting/Distribution of Literature Form … Distribution of materials may not occur until approval of time, place, and manner has been received.
No materials that include “fighting words” expressions, obscenities, vulgarities, libel,
slander, expressions that are an incitement to imminent lawlessness, or
impermissible solicitation can be distributed.
Individuals wanting to distribute printed materials on the West Campus grounds must first
schedule the activity/distribution points in the Campus Scheduling Office. Distribution to the
University community of printed materials, including fliers, handbills, and announcements, is
limited to the east section of Mc Micken Commons, the sidewalk in front of Baldwin and the
angled sidewalk on Sigma Sigma Commons (see diagram).
Distribution of published materials on Campus
2. Written materials may be distributed by members of the University community at any point on campus except in the Garnett Library, Drago College Store, Putnam Cafeteria, Residence Hall, academic classrooms, and computer labs.
The distribution of any item on campus for personal, organizational, or commercial purposes requires the approval of the Associate Dean of Students for University Activities.