172-139-010 - Commercial activities

172-139-010. Commercial activities

Eastern Washington University facilities shall not be used by any person or entity other than the university for commercial solicitation, advertising, or promotional activities except:

(1) By special permission granted by the vice president for business and finance or designee if a contract, lease, or other formal arrangement is entered into between the university and the person, corporation, or other entity desiring to engage in commercial activity;

(2) Regular advertising, promotions, or sponsorship activities carried on, by, or in any university media, The Easterner, or at intercollegiate events;

(3) In designated areas of the Pence Union Building as set forth in WAC 172-139-020; or

(4) When the activities clearly serve educational objectives. Examples of acceptable activities include the display of books of interest to the academic community, the display or demonstration of technical or research equipment, or other commercial activities that relate to educational objectives. In all cases, such commercial activities must be conducted under the sponsorship or at the request of a university department or of a vice president or authorized designee. Approved commercial activities shall not interfere with or operate to the detriment of the conduct of university affairs or the free flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic.

(Amended by WSR 18-21-032, Filed 10/5/2018, effective 11/5/2018)

Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.35.120(12). 10-04-072, § 172-139-010, filed 2/1/10, effective 3/4/10. Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.35.120. 92-21-043, § 172-139-010, filed 10/16/92, effective 11/16/92.

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