Freedom of Speech and Assembly

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Reasonable time, place, and manner restrictions will be enforced. However, the enforcement will not depend, in any way, on the subject matter involved in an expressive activity. It is strongly suggested that all activities be registered with the Vice President for Student Affairs’ office 48 hours in advance in order to make adequate arrangements for safety and security and to insure the space desired is available.

Traditional public forums include the university’s public streets, sidewalks, parks, and similar common areas such as the Quad. These areas are generally available for non-amplified expressive activity, planned or spontaneous, for the individual or small group at any time without the need for reservation or prior approval, unless the space is already scheduled.

Literature can be distributed in public forums.

Flyers may be placed on open bulletin boards inside or outside University buildings.

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