Student Handbook: Facility Use Policy

Relevant excerpt

There are several areas located on the University campus that are open to Students and RSOs for free speech, protests, leafleting, etc. and require no reservation or notice (unless use also includes the placement of tables, booths, structures, large displays, vehicles, sound, audio or PA systems, or when assistance is needed from the University, in which case reservations as noted in Section 2.2 below are required).  Although not required, Conferencing Services requests that RSOs/individual Students notify the University of the use of such locations to ensure the space can accommodate such request, to ensure that no disturbance of the University’s educational mission occurs, to ensure it is not in conflict with other prior requests for the area, and so that the University can assist in reserving the requested location.   Notifications may be made by calling Conferencing Services: 580-581-2291 or by email addressed to:

The public areas for use by RSOs/Students include all sidewalks, and the following areas:

  • Grassy areas in between Burch Hall and Aggie Gym
  • Veterans Grove
  • Jesse Davenport Unity Garden
  • Charles S. Graybill MD Courtyard
  • Grassy areas between Nance Boyer Hall and the Academic Commons
  • Grassy areas between the Sciences Complex and McMahon Centennial Complex
  • Bentley Gardens
  • Monica and Tom McCasland Family Pond
  • Grassy areas west of McMahon Center
  • Grassy areas between Shepler Hall and the Aggie Rec Center
  • Cameron Park
  • Grassy Area north and west of main building (Cameron University-Duncan)

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