University Policies and Procedures: Policy 900-02- Public Meetings, Performances, Rallies, Speakers and Similar Events

Category: Protest and Demonstration Policies School: California State University – Northridge Statement Rating: Yellow Last updated: March 21, 2017

Relevant excerpt

Use of campus facilities may not be denied student/employee groups, clubs and organizations desiring the use of said facilities for the presentation of productions, films, and the like, simply by reason of a controversial content or appeal to prurient interests. However, such activities, as all other activities by student/employee clubs and organizations, must be regulated, monitored and/or supervised by the President’s designee. With respect to the aforementioned productions, films, and the like, the following recommendations shall govern:

  1. Time, place, and manner of presentment shall be determined or approved by the president’s designee as identified herein;
  2. Advertising of the event shall be limited to on-campus publications, bulletin boards and flyers distributed only on campus;
  3. Information describing, generally, content or nature of the presentation shall be prominently posted at or near the entrance to the area in which the event is being held;
  4. Only members of the campus community and bona fide guests of such members may be admitted;
  5. The authorization or permit for such presentations may not be granted with such frequency as to constitute competition with similar presentations in communities in close proximity to the campus ….

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