Student Code of Conduct: Appendix J- Right to Student Assembly

Category: Protest and Demonstration Policies School: Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Statement Rating: Green Last updated: September 6, 2017

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Students have the right to peacefully assemble and to protest issues of concern. Such rights are balanced with the need of the University to continue daily functions. Students and student organizations are expected to keep the peace and to abide by general guidelines for peaceful assembly.

Students and student organizations will allow classes, lectures, meetings and other University functions to be conducted in a peaceful and orderly manner.

Students and student organizations will respect the rights of others, including invited speakers, to express their views.

Students and student organizations will respect the rights of others to move freely, allowing access of persons and vehicles through designated passages.

Students and student organizations must obtain proper permission prior to entering any office or residence of an administrative officer, faculty member, employee, or student.

Students and student organizations must utilize University premises in accordance with their authorized purposes and posted hours.

Students and student organizations must leave any premise after being ordered to do so by an authorized member of the University community or University official.

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