Time, Place, Manner

Policy on Speech and Advocacy

The university is committed to assuring that all persons may exercise the constitutionally protected rights of free expression, speech, assembly, and worship.

It is the responsibility of the chancellor to assure an ongoing opportunity for the expression of a variety of viewpoints.

The time, place, and manner of exercising the constitutionally protected rights of free expression, speech, assembly, and worship are subject to campus regulations that shall provide for non-interference with university functions and reasonable protection to persons against practices that would make them involuntary audiences or place them in reasonable fear, as determined by the university, for their personal safety.

Taken from Section 30.00 of the Student Student Policies & Regulations Handbook.