Administrative policy regarding posting handbills, and sound amplification equipment
(A) General. The university reserves the right to regulate the time, place and manner of posting of printed material and the distribution of printed material and the use of sound amplification so as not to substantially disrupt the university functions of teaching, research, public service, administration, or authorized events. The university is not responsible for the content of the printed material being posted or distributed.
(B) Violations. The facility curator or other appropriate university official shall inform any individual or individuals or group who are in violation of this rule and request compliance. Failure to comply immediately shall subject the individual or individuals or group to sanctions under rule 3342-4-02 of the Administrative Code or the filing of criminal charges.
(C) Appeals. any individual, group or department convinced that arbitrary or unreasonable limitations have been imposed in the implementation of this rule may appeal to the vice president for enrollment management and student life.
Effective: March 1, 2015
Prior Effective Dates: 10/4/1975, 6/1/2007