Residence Life Policies and Procedures: Solicitation

Category: Posting and Distribution Policies School: Marquette University Statement Rating: Yellow Last updated: October 17, 2017

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Solicitation is defined as any activity that seeks to entice or gain support from resident students at Marquette. Therefore, this policy applies to a wide range of activities, all of which are prohibited unless specifically approved by Residence Life. These activities may include advertising, selling, petitioning, campaigning for political candidates, distributing flyers in mail boxes and surveying residence hall students by telephone, mail or in person.

Posters and signs in student rooms and windows are permissible provided they are in good taste. Residents may post signs, notices or posters on their doors as long as they do not damage the doors. Students may be asked remove items from their doors if the item may be considered offensive to their community. Students are not allowed to post unapproved items in common areas. See the hall director for approval.

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