Prior to sponsoring a rally, demonstration, march or other group event, the organization representative must complete the appropriate Permit (which is available in the Office of Student Life, Room 105 of the University Union).
Like all other events or activities at the University, a request to hold a protest or demonstration should be submitted no later than 48 hours before the start of the event and must be approved by and/or their appropriate Student Organization Adviser.
All individuals and groups planning to engage in activities of the sort described in the previous paragraph should seek approval from the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students. … In asking groups and individuals to seek prior approval for schedule and location, the University’s goal is not to restrict free speech or peaceable assembly. Rather, it is to give the University the opportunity to provide space that accommodates the reasonable needs of both the University community and those engaged in acts of speech or protest. The University reserves the right to determine the time, place, and manner of all such activities.
The following individuals and/or authorized representatives of the following entities are eligible to be Organizers for purposes of use of University Facilities or Outdoor Spaces pursuant to this Policy: enrolled students, authorized representatives of SOFO-registered student groups and University Departments. Any other entity or individual wishing to use a University Facility or Outdoor Space must schedule the Event through an Organizer.
The Organizer must agree to the following conditions:
Submit the Event Management Form found at http://umc.colorado.edu/events/scheduling/additionalresources or other form that has been previously approved by the CUUF Committee within stated timeframes and receive appropriate approvals for the Event.
To be physically present or have a designee present at the Event location during the entire Event to supervise and ensure the Facility or Outdoor Space is used for the purpose and in the manner stated in the Event Management Form.
To be responsible for all operating costs as provided herein including, but not limited to, rental fees, utility costs, non-routine clean-up, police/security, and parking/traffic and for reimbursing the University for damage to University property or facilities that might occur in connection with the Event.
Ensure that the NASP is provided with current Organizer contact information.
To be responsible to see that use of the Facility or Outdoor Space complies with local, state, and federal laws, and University policies and regulations.
Student organizations need to obtain approval for outdoor activities through the Office for Student Involvement.
The Office of University Services reserves the right to reject publicity material if it is
deemed inappropriate or if it fails to comply with the university guidelines.
Anyone intending to demonstrate on campus must register the event with the University no less than 48 normal business hours in advance (excluding weekend and/or University Official Calendar holidays) through the Office of Campus Life or dean’s designee. Under compelling circumstances, the 48-hour notification requirement may be waived by the Office of Campus Life or dean’s designee.
BCC permits posting of materials in designated posting locations only, and requires the materials to
be approved in advance at the Campus Business Center, room C105, or the Student Programs
office, room C212.
Subject to regulations, authorized student groups and offi cial university agencies
may arrange to use housing facilities such as mail boxes and bulletin boards to disseminate information, circulate petitions and publicize activities. All requests should be forwarded to the Associate Director of Housing and Residence Life for approval.
Residents may submit signs to the hall front desk to be posted on bulletin boards. Otherwise, no signs, bills, or fliers of any type may be posted.