Student Handbook: Campus Activities and Use of Facilities- Grounds Open to the Public

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On University grounds generally open to the public, all persons may exercise the constitutionally protected rights of free expression, speech, assembly, worship and distribution of literature incidental to the exercise of these freedoms; however, these activities must not interfere with the orderly operation of the campus, may not include sales or solicitation without a permit, and must be conducted in accordance with the campus time, place and manner regulations.

A. For the purpose of these regulations, “grounds open to the public generally” are defined as the outdoor areas of the campus (lawns, patios and plazas) that are adjacent to campus buildings and parking lots.

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