Vanderbilt University Student Handbook Chapter 3 – Publicity, Promotion, and Advertising

By August 28, 2013

Sale and Solicitation

These regulations apply to the sale or distribution of goods and services and the solicitation for, promotion of, and advertising of any item, program, or service.

The following guidelines generally apply:

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* Door-to-door solicitation or promotion in residence halls by off-campus organizations and businesses is prohibited. Written authorization of the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Housing and Residential Education is required for student door-to-door solicitation, promotion, or distribution of literature. Solicitation for insurance and the like may take place in residence halls only with the invitation of the student. Campus newspapers and other similar publications may be distributed in the lobbies of residence halls where containers to prevent littering are provided by the student organization.

Vanderbilt University Student Handbook Chapter 3 – Publicity, Promotion, and Advertising

By August 28, 2013

Representatives of off-campus organizations may be invited onto the campus for specific purposes, but these representatives may not interfere with the self-determination of the group. Representatives of religious organizations may visit residence hall rooms only with the prior invitation of the resident students of those rooms.

Vanderbilt University Student Handbook Chapter 3 – Publicity, Promotion, and Advertising

By August 28, 2013

Off-campus representatives of religious organizations may meet with groups on campus and assist them in fulfilling their aims (when these are consistent with procedures established in this section of the Student Handbook) only after securing the written permission of the Director of Religious Affairs. This permission may include a letter of introduction to the University provided by the Director of Religious Affairs and will specify procedures to be followed. The Director of Religious Affairs will assist in providing meeting places.