Wash. Admin. Code § 132N-153-120 - Use of facilities
Current through Register Vol. 22-07, April 1, 2022
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Use of facilities.
(1) Subject to the regulations and requirements of this policy, groups may use the college's limited forums for expressive activities between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.
(2) Groups are encouraged to notify the college safety and security department no later than twenty-four hours in advance of an event. However, unscheduled events are permitted so long as the event does not materially disrupt any other function occurring at the facility.
(3) All sites used for expressive activity should be cleaned up and left in their original condition and may be subject to inspection by a representative of the college after the event. Reasonable charges may be assessed against the sponsoring organization for the costs of extraordinary cleanup or for the repair of damaged property.
(4) All fire, safety, sanitation or special regulations specified for the event are to be obeyed. The college cannot and will not provide utility connections or hook-ups for purposes of expressive activity conducted pursuant to this policy.
(5) The event must not be conducted in such a manner to obstruct vehicular, bicycle, pedestrian, or other traffic or otherwise interfere with ingress or egress to the college, or to college buildings or facilities, or to college activities or events.
(6) The event must not create safety hazards or pose unreasonable safety risks to college students, employees or invitees to the college.
(7) The event must not substantially and materially interfere with educational activities inside or outside any college building or otherwise prevent the college from fulfilling its mission and achieving its primary purpose of providing an education to its students.
(8) The event must not materially infringe on the rights and privileges of college students, employees or invitees to the college.
(9) There shall be no overnight camping on college facilities or grounds. Camping is defined to include sleeping, carrying on cooking activities, or storing personal belongings for personal habitation, or the erection of tents or other shelters or structures used for purposes of personal habitation.
(10) College facilities may not be used for commercial sales, solicitations, advertising or promotional activities, unless:
(a) Such activities serve educational purposes of the college; and
(b) Such activities are under the sponsorship of a college department or office or officially chartered student club.
(11) The event must also be conducted in accordance with any other applicable college policies and regulations, local ordinances, and state or federal laws.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. WSR 18-23-120, § 132N-153-120, filed 11/21/18, effective 12/22/18.]