Wash. Admin. Code § 132N-153-130 - Additional requirements for noncollege groups

Current through Register Vol. 22-07, April 1, 2022

(1) College buildings, rooms, and athletic fields may be rented by noncollege groups in accordance with the college's facilities use policy. When renting college buildings or athletic fields, an individual or organization may be required to post a bond and/or obtain insurance to protect the college against cost or other liability in accordance with the college's facility use policy. When the college grants permission to use its facilities it is with the express understanding and condition that the individual or organization assumes full responsibility for any loss or damage.
(2) Noncollege groups may otherwise use college facilities for expressive activity as identified in this procedure.
(3) The college designates the following area(s) as the sole limited public forum area(s) for use by noncollege groups for expressive activity on campus:
(a) The public use areas may be scheduled. Scheduled groups have priority of use over unscheduled groups:
(i) On the college's main campus, the limited public forum is located on the circle pad approximate to the sun dial.
(ii) A secondary location is available on the lawn area south of the Japanese garden.
(iii) The limited public forum at Clark College at the Columbia Tech Center is the circle pad west of the main entry door.
(iv) The limited public forum location at the Clark Center at WSU Vancouver will be determined by WSU Vancouver policy.
(b) Please contact the vice president of administrative services for more information.
(4) Noncollege groups that seek to engage in expressive activity on the designated public use area(s) are encouraged to provide notice to the college safety and security office no later than twenty-four hours prior to the event, along with the following information solely to ensure:
(a) The area is not otherwise scheduled; and
(b) To give the college an opportunity to assess any security needs:
(i) The name, address, and telephone number of a contact person for the individual, group, entity or organization sponsoring the event;
(ii) The date, time and requested location of the event;
(iii) The nature and purpose of the event; and
(iv) The estimated number of people expected to participate in the event.
(5) When using college buildings or athletic fields, an individual or organization may be required to post a bond and/or obtain insurance to protect the college against cost or other liability in accordance with the college's facility use policy.
(6) When the college grants permission to use its facilities it is with the express understanding and condition that the individual or organization assumes full responsibility for any loss or damage.

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Wash. Admin. Code § 132N-153-130
Adopted by WSR 18-23-120, Filed 11/21/2018, effective 12/22/2018

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