(a) No person may, with intent to harass,
annoy or offend another person, send a message to the person on an electronic
mail or other computerized communication system and in that message use any
obscene, lewd or profane language or suggest any lewd or lascivious
(b) No person may, with intent
to harass, annoy or offend another person, send a message on an electronic mail
or other computerized communication system with the reasonable expectation that
the person will receive the message and in that message use any obscene, lewd
or profane language or suggest any lewd or lascivious act.
(c) No person may, with intent solely to
harass another person, send repeated messages to the person on an electronic
mail or other computerized communication system.
(d) No person may, with intent solely to
harass another person, send repeated messages on an electronic mail or other
computerized communication system with the reasonable expectation that the
person will receive the messages.
(e) No person may, with intent to harass or
annoy another person, send a message to the person on an electronic mail or
other computerized communication system while intentionally preventing or
attempting to prevent the disclosure of his or her own identity.
(f) No person may, while intentionally
preventing or attempting to prevent the disclosure of his or her identity and
with intent to harass or annoy another person, send a message on an electronic
mail or other computerized communication system with the reasonable expectation
that the person will receive the message.
(g) No person may knowingly permit or direct
another person to send a message prohibited by this subsection from any
computer terminal or other device that is used to send messages on an
electronic mail or other computerized communication system and that is under
his or her control.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT. No person may engage in violent, abusive, indecent,
profane, boisterous, unreasonably loud or otherwise disorderly conduct under
circumstances in which the conduct tends to cause or provoke a disturbance, in
university buildings or on university lands.
IMPROPER USE OF TELEPHONES.
(a) No person may make or cause the telephone
of another repeatedly to ring with intent to harass any person at the called
(b) No person may make
repeated telephone calls, whether or not conversation ensues, with intent to
harass any person at the called number.
(c) No person may intentionally use an
emergency telephone in a university building or on university lands when the
person knows or reasonably should know that no emergency exists.
(d) No person, with the intent to harass or
offend, may telephone another and use any obscene, lewd or profane language or
suggest any lewd or lascivious act.
(e) No person, with the intent to harass any
person at the called number, may make a telephone call, whether or not
conversation ensues, without disclosing his or her identity.
(f) No person may knowingly permit any
telephone under his or her control to be used for any purpose prohibited by
PICKETING, RALLIES, PARADES, DEMONSTRATIONS AND OTHER ASSEMBLIES.
In order to preserve the order which is
necessary for the enjoyment of freedom by members of the university community,
and in order to prevent activities which physically obstruct access to
university lands or buildings and prevent the university from carrying on its
instructional, research, public service, or administrative functions, any
picketing, rally, parade, demonstration, other assembly, or congregation of
spectators to such activity may be declared unlawful if its participants:
1. Intentionally gather or intentionally
remain assembled outside any university building in such numbers, in such
proximity to each other or in such fashion as to physically hinder entrance to,
exit from, or normal use of the building.
Intentionally congregate or assemble
within any university building in such fashion as to obstruct or seriously
impair university-sponsored or university-authorized activities, or in such
fashion as to violate any of the following conditions:
a. No group may be admitted into the private
office of any faculty member or other university employee unless invited by the
authorized occupant of that office, and then not in excess of the number
designated or invited by that person.
b. No group may obstruct or seriously impair
passage through corridors, stairways, doorways, building entrances, fire exits,
and reception areas leading to offices.
c. No group, not authorized to do so by the
person in immediate charge of the room, or by a person designated by the chief
administrative officer to approve requests for the use of rooms for meetings,
may enter or occupy any university building or part thereof.
d. No group may assemble immediately outside
rooms at times when they are normally in use for classes, study, or
e. No signs supported by
standards or sticks shall be permitted in any assembly in a university
Intentionally create a volume of noise that unreasonably interferes with
university-sponsored or university-authorized activities.
4. Intentionally employ force or violence, or
intentionally constitute an immediate threat of force or violence, against
members of the university community or university property.
(b) For the purpose of par. (a),
"intentionally" means that the participant or spectator knew or reasonably
should have known that his/her conduct by itself or in conjunction with the
conduct of others would have the prohibited effect.
(c) The chief administrative officer may
designate a university official or officials who shall have primary authority
to implement par. (a). He/she may prescribe limitations for any picketing,
rally, parade, demonstration or other assembly in order that it will meet the
requirements of par. (a). When informed of any picketing, rally, parade,
demonstration, or other assembly which may not comply with par. (a), the chief
administrative officer or the designee may proceed immediately to the site and
determine if there is compliance with par. (a). If he/she finds a violation of
par. (a), he/she may declare the assembly unlawful or he/she may prescribe
those limitations on numbers, location or spacing of participants in the
demonstration which are reasonably necessary to ensure compliance with par.
(a). If he/she prescribes limitations, and if his/her limitations are not
observed by the assembly, he/she may then declare the assembly unlawful. Any
declaration of illegality or prescription of limitations shall be effective and
binding upon the participants in the assembly unless and until modified or
Any participant or
spectator within the group constituting an unlawful assembly who intentionally
fails or refuses to withdraw from the assembly after it has been declared
unlawful under this section shall be subject to immediate arrest and liable to
the penalties of s.
In order to permit the use of
sound-amplifying equipment on university lands, if needed for the dissemination
of ideas to large audiences, but to prevent its use from interfering with
university functions which inherently require quiet, the following provisions
1. No person may use
sound-amplifying equipment on any lands without the permission of the chief
administrative officer, except as provided in par. (b).
In granting or denying permission, the
following principles shall govern:
in extraordinary circumstances, permission may be granted to use the equipment
only during the following hours, 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 7:00
p.m. every day, and only when the equipment is more than 50 feet from and
directed away from any classroom building, residence hall, library or building
being used as a study hall.
applicant for permission shall have the burden of establishing the need for
amplification to communicate with the anticipated audience. In particular, the
applicant must show that the audience can reasonably be anticipated to include
at least 250 people.
applicant for permission shall have the burden of establishing that the volume
and direction of the sound from the equipment will minimize interference with
request for the permission required by this section must be submitted in
writing to the chief administrative officer at least 24 hours prior to the
intended use of the sound-amplifying equipment and must be signed by a student
or employee of the institution where the equipment is to be used. The request
a. The proposed hours, date and
location where the equipment is to be used.
b. The size of the anticipated audience and
the reasons why the equipment is needed.
c. A description of the proposed equipment
which includes the manufacturer, model number, and wattage.
d. The names of the owner of the equipment
and of any person or persons, in addition to the person signing the
application, who will be responsible for seeing that the equipment is operated
in compliance with the terms of the permit and the provisions of this rule. The
chief administrative officer may require the presence of additional persons if
said officer believes this is necessary to ensure compliance.
(b) Permits issued by
the chief administrative officer shall not be required for the use of
university sound-amplifying equipment used with the permission of the
university employee having control of the equipment for authorized university
classes, research, or meetings in university buildings, or for university
sponsored academic, recreational or athletic activities, or for crowd control
by authorized university officials.
(c) For the purpose of this section,
"sound-amplifying equipment" means any device or machine which is capable of
amplifying sound and capable of delivering an electrical input of one or more
watts to the loudspeaker.
PERSONS PROHIBITED FROM ENTERING
(a) University buildings
and the university-authorized activities that occur therein are primarily
dedicated to the support of the university mission of teaching, research and
service. No person may be present in any university building if his or her
presence or behavior interferes with this purpose or with the university's
administrative operations, is in violation of a university policy, rule,
regulation or any other provision of this chapter, or is without the consent of
an authorized university official or faculty member.
(b) Persons present in any class, lecture,
laboratory, orientation, examination, or other instructional session shall be
enrolled and in good standing or shall have the consent of an authorized
university official or faculty member to be considered legally
PROHIBITED FROM ENTERING UNIVERSITY LANDS.
No person, who is in a state of suspension or expulsion from the university
under ch. UWS 17, or who takes leave or resigns under charges after being
charged by the university under ch. UWS 17, may enter the university lands of
any institution without the written consent of the chief administrative
(b) No person who is
convicted of any crime involving danger to property or persons as a result of
conduct by him or her on university lands may enter any university lands within
2 years of the effective date of his or her conviction without the written
consent of the chief administrative officer.
In granting or denying consent to enter a
campus under s.
Stats., or par. (a) or (b), the following shall be considered:
1. The probability that the offensive conduct
will be continued or repeated by the applicant.
2. The need for the applicant to enter
university lands, for example, to attend a university disciplinary hearing in
which the applicant is being tried or is to be a witness, or to receive
treatment in university hospitals.
No person who has been determined to have
committed serious or repeated violations of ss.
and to whom the chief
administrative officer has issued a written order prohibiting entry on
university lands may enter the university lands of that institution.
(e) The provisions of this section in no way
limit the chief administrative officer from issuing a written order barring any
person from entering the university lands of that institution in accordance
with the chief administrative officer's responsibility for the health, safety,
and welfare of the university.
For the purposes of s.
Stats., and par. (b), "crime involving danger to property or persons" shall
mean any crime defined in ch. 940, Stats. (crimes against life and bodily
Stats. (interfering with fire fighting); s.
(false alarms); s.
Stats. (endangering safety by use of dangerous weapon); s.
Stats. (disarming a peace officer); s.
Stats. (carrying concealed weapon); s.
Stats. (carrying firearm in public building); s.
(possession of switchblade knife); s.
Stats. (machine guns and other weapons); s.
Stats. (possession of short-barreled shotgun or short-barreled rifle); s.
Stats. (possession of firearm); s.
Stats. (possession of electric weapon); s.
Stats. (recklessly endangering safety); s.
Stats. (administering dangerous or stupefying drug); s.
Stats. (obstructing emergency or rescue personnel); s.
(criminal damage to property); s.
Stats. (arson of buildings; damage of property by explosives); s.
Stats. (arson of property other than building); s.
Stats. (placing of combustible materials an attempt); s.
(Molotov cocktails); s.
Stats. (entry into locked vehicle); s.
Stats. (criminal trespass to dwellings); s.
, Stats. (robbery);
Stats. (lewd and lascivious behavior); s.
Stats. (resisting or obstructing officer); s.
, Stats. (bomb
Stats. (fireworks regulated); or attempts to commit any of the above crimes as
defined in s.
941.24, Stats., was
repealed by 2015 Wis. Act 149.
SELLING, PEDDLING AND SOLICITING. No
person may sell, peddle or solicit for the sale of goods, services, or
contributions on any university lands except in the case of:
(a) Specific permission in advance from a
specific university office or the occupant of a university house, apartment, or
residence hall for a person engaged in that activity to come to that particular
office, house, apartment, or residence hall for that purpose.
(b) Sales by an individual of personal
property owned or acquired by the seller primarily for his/her own use pursuant
to an allocation of space for that purpose by an authorized university
(c) Sales of newspapers
and similar printed matter outside university buildings.
(d) Subscription, membership, ticket sales
solicitation, fund-raising, selling, and soliciting activities by or under the
sponsorship of a university or registered student organization pursuant to a
contract with the university for the allocation or rental of space for that
(e) Admission events in a
university building pursuant to contract with the university, and food,
beverage or other concessions conducted pursuant to a contract with the
(f) Solicitation of
political contributions under ch. 11, Stats., and institutional regulations
governing time, place and manner.
CAMPAIGNING IN STATE-OWNED RESIDENCE
(a) The residence halls students of
each institution, subject to the approval of the chief administrative officer,
shall establish policies and procedures assuring that political literature may
be distributed and political campaigning may be conducted in state-owned
residence halls consistent with the rights of residence halls students, and
prescribing the time, place and manner in which these activities may be
and consistent with the rights of residence halls students, the policies and
procedures developed under this subsection shall apply to all residence halls
at an institution. Matters to be addressed in institutional policies and
procedures shall include at least the following:
1. The hours of the day and the time of year,
if any, to which particular activities shall be limited.
2. The locations in residence halls, if any,
to which particular activities shall be limited.
3. Any requirement for registering or
obtaining permission to enter a residence hall before engaging in a particular
, institutional policies and procedures developed
pursuant to this subsection shall be reported to the Board of Regents for
policies and procedures developed pursuant to this subsection shall be
available at each residence hall, at the office of each chief administrative
officer of an institution, and at the office of the secretary to the Board of