Administrative Regulation 9:1: Regulations Governing Time, Place, and Manner of Meetings, Demonstrations, and Other Assemblies (Interim Regulation)

Category: Protest and Demonstration Policies School: University of Kentucky Statement Rating: Green Last updated: July 28, 2017

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Planned or spontaneous demonstrations, meetings, or assemblies may be conducted in those appropriate areas of the campus that are regularly available to the public, provided such demonstrations, meetings, or other assemblies:

A. Are conducted in a lawful manner;

B. Do not prohibit vehicular or pedestrian traffic;

C. Do not interfere with the normal operations of the University (classes, other scheduled meetings, events, ceremonies, and other educational processes); and,

D. Are conducted only with specific authorization when held in areas described in Section V of this Regulation.

The following restricted areas may be utilized on a reservation-only basis:

A. All areas within a building or university athletic stadia;

B. Intramural fields and other recreational areas;

C. Amphitheaters;

D. Parking lots and Parking Structures;

E. Courtyards and areas immediately adjacent to residence halls;

F. Main Building Lawn; and

G. The Patterson Plaza (the area south of the Patterson Office Tower, north of Miller Hall, east of the Main Building, and west of the White Hall Classroom Building)

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