Student Handbook: Guidelines for Assembly

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A. Prohibited Conduct. Although all University Policies (including, but not limited to, the Student Code of Conduct) apply to Assemblies on Stevens’ campus, the following non-exhaustive list provides examples of specific conduct that is prohibited at all Assemblies on Stevens’ campus:

Defacement of any area of the campus, or any public display of objectionable or offensive material;

B. Permitted Conduct. Members of the Stevens Community may engage in Assemblies on Stevens’ campus, provided that individuals participating in such Assemblies comply with all directives from Stevens Campus Police and University administrators and do not engage in the conduct described in Section A of these guidelines. In order to ensure that such Assemblies do not disrupt the normal operations and activities of the University, it is required that:

Members of the Stevens Community submit a request to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs prior to any Assembly. The Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs will consider the request and propose a location, date and time for the Assembly. The Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs will discuss the proposed Assembly with Stevens Campus Police and the Office of University Events. If Stevens Campus Police or the Office of University Events have any questions or concerns regarding the proposed Assembly, the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs will request further information from the Requesting Party.

Please note that Assemblies will typically be pre-approved to occur within certain designated locations and will only be permitted in those locations.

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