Code of Student Conduct: Demonstrations and Assemblages

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Students have the right to assemble lawfully and express their concerns in ways that do not interfere with others or with the normal functions of the university. Demonstrations and assemblages on the campus must be held in such a place and manner so that the public peace of the campus is maintained. The Office of the Associate Provost for Student Affairs, or University Police, is authorized by the university to advise an assemblage or demonstration that they are violating the public peace of the campus. Failure to heed such a warning will constitute grounds for terminating the demonstration or assemblage and initiating charges through the Office of Student Conduct Programs.

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