Solicitation is defined as any activity that seeks to entice or gain support from resident students at Marquette University. Therefore, this policy applies to a wide range of activities, all of which are prohibited unless specifically approved by Residence Life. These activities may include: advertising, selling, petitioning, campaigning for political candidates, distributing flyers in mail boxes, and surveying residence hall students by telephone, mail, or in person.
Baylor University is a private university controlled by an all-Baptist board of regents operated within the Christian-oriented aims and ideals of Baptists, and affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas, a cooperative association of autonomous Texas Baptist churches. Accordingly, the campus is private property; and no party may enter or remain upon it without the consent of the University. Furthermore, no party may conduct or participate in an activity, including any facilities use or campus solicitation, that would embarrass or bring discredit to the Convention or to Baylor in the view of their constituencies.
• Solicitation of ideas, petitions and surveys should be in keeping with good taste
and should not be disruptive.