Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0240-09-07-.04 - GENERAL POLICY

Current through March 20, 2022

(1) Tennessee Tech dedicates its Property primarily for use by its students and employees for purposes that promote its educational and research purpose and mission.
(2) Consistent with its purpose and mission, priority of use, and pursuant to this rule, Tennessee Tech may make certain portions of its Property available for rent to students, employees, or the public for purposes other than for Official Tennessee Tech Purposes.
(3) Tennessee Tech may establish and modify, in its sole discretion, rental fees and charges for use of Property and will publish those rates to the public.
(4) Tennessee Tech may, in its sole discretion, deny or limit the use of any Property if:
(a) The requested Property has not been designated as available for rental;
(b) The requested Property has been previously reserved by another user or Renter with equal or higher priority;
(c) The requested Property is not available for rental during the time requested;
(d) The rental would be impractical due to scheduled usage prior to or following the requested rental;
(e) The applicant has knowingly provided inaccurate or false information in the rental application;
(f) The applicant or the applicant's invitees or guests violated federal or state law(s), rule(s), regulation(s), or Tennessee Tech policy or policies during a previous use;
(g) The use would constitute an immediate and actual danger to Tennessee Tech students and/or employees, or to the peace or security of Tennessee Tech that available law enforcement officials could not control with reasonable effort;
(h) The anticipated size or attendance of the activity or event exceeds building/fire codes, established safety standards, and/or the physical or other limitations of the Property;
(i) The anticipated nature or duration of the activity or event cannot be reasonably accommodated in the requested Property;
(j) The anticipated size and/or location of the activity or event would cause disruption or interference with normal Tennessee Tech activities, the educational use of other Property or services, or the flow of vehicular or pedestrian traffic;
(k) The rental conflicts with existing Tennessee Tech contractual obligations;
(l) Tennessee Tech does not have sufficient institutional resources available for the proposed use as determined by the appropriate Tennessee Tech official(s);
(m) The rental would be contrary to federal or state law(s), rule(s), regulation(s), or Tennessee Tech policy or policies; or
(n) Other extenuating circumstances exist that, in the sole determination of Tennessee Tech, prevent or limit rental of the Property.
(5) Renter must abide by all terms and conditions stated in the rental agreement, in addition to any requirements in federal or state laws, rules, regulations, or in Tennessee Tech policies.


Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0240-09-07-.04
Original rules filed April 24, 2019; effective 7/23/2019.

Authority: T.C.A. ยง 49-8-203(a)(4).

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