SCampus: Free Expression and Dissent- Guidelines for Campus Demonstrations

Category: Protest and Demonstration Policies School: University of Southern California Statement Rating: Red Last updated: November 28, 2018

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All student members of the university community have the right to hold a demonstration (including, but not limited to, a rally, gathering, protest, parade, procession, or hosting of a guest speaker) on campus, subject to and consistent with the guidelines stated in this Section, and the approval of the Director of Campus Activities or other authorized Student Affairs staff.

Reservations and prior arrangements are required for campus demonstrations. If students do not make advance reservations, their event may be moved or rescheduled in order to accommodate previously scheduled reservations, in accordance with the university’s right to establish reasonable time, place, and manner guidelines for campus events.

Representatives of the sponsoring organization wishing to stage a demonstration must complete an Outdoor Event Questionnaire and a USC Event Permit Application at least two weeks prior to the demonstration.

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