to the Office of Student Life on the Free Expression Registration form at least
three (3) business days prior to the date of the event in order to provide
College staff sufficient time to process the request, enter the reservation in the
reservation database, and to notify Public Safety of the event. All requests shall
be considered on a viewpoint neutral basis.
C.
Any visitor who desires to engage in any non-commercial speech activities
on any GPC campus must request approval from the Director of Student Life
at least three (3) business days prior to date of the event in order to provide
College staff sufficient time to process the request, enter the reservation in
the reservation database, and to notify Public Safety of the event. The request
should be submitted on the Free Expression Registration Form attached
hereto as Exhibit B. All requests shall be considered on a viewpoint neutral
basis.
D.
General policy governing review of Expression Registration Forms – Requests
will be granted unless the proposed event intends to advocate any of the
following:
• The willful damage or destruction of property;
• The disruption of the College’s regularly scheduled functions;
• The physical harm, coercion, or intimidation of the College’s faculty, staff
or students; or
• Other campus disorder of a violent nature.
E.
No individual or organization may reserve a space for more than three (3)
consecutive days at a time. If, at the end of a three-day reservation, the
space has not been reserved by another individual or organization, the same
individual or organization will be eligible to reserve the space again.
F.
Distribution of non-commercial written materials – Handbills, leaflets and
similar materials available free of charge may be distributed by students,
student organizations, faculty or staff so long as such distribution does not
interfere with the orderly operation of University affairs or the free flow
of traffic. Any visitor who desires to distribute such materials must obtain
prior permission and may do so by submitting a request through the Free
Expression Registration Form attached as Exhibit B.
G.
Distribution of commercial written materials is addressed in policy number
208.
Any individual or organization engaging in any speech activities pursuant to this policy
shall comply with the following procedures:
1.
Individuals or organizations engaging in speech activities shall not interfere
with the free flow of traffic or the ability to enter or exit buildings on campus.
2.
Individuals or organizations engaging in speech activities shall not interrupt
the orderly conduct of college classes or other college activities.
3.
There shall be no obstruction of entrances or exits to buildings.
4.
There shall be no interference with scheduled University ceremonies, events or
activities.
5.
Any individual or organization that desires to use sound amplification in the
Free Expression Area, shall seek prior approval from the Director of Student
Life by using the Free Expression Form attached hereto as Exhibit B. If sound
amplification is an integral part of the event and cannot be arranged in the
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