For information regarding Student Activities Programs, please call 909/652-6590
as the term is used in this section, refers to any handbill,
newspaper, pamphlet, circular, placard, poster, booklet or
book which is machine-printed, typed, duplicated, or handwritten
or printed on paper, cloth, or other material and is handed
out, placed in areas for easy pickup, placed on tabled or
displayed by posting on bulletin boards or walls.
SYMBOLIC INSIGNIA, as the term is used in this section,
refers to any button, badge, armband, article of clothing,
or other insignia or symbolic expression that may be worn
or displayed by a person to symbolize his/her commitment
to or belief in any legal cause, idea, or philosophy.
Advertising on campus by off-campus or commercial interests is prohibited by the California
Education Code. Students shall be allowed to distribute
and display literature and to exhibit symbolic insignia
subject to the following specific limitations:
It is contrary
to law to distribute or display literature or exhibit symbolic
is obscene according
to current legal definitions.
is libelous or slanderous
according to current legal definitions.
incites students so as
to create a clear and present danger of the imminent commission
of unlawful acts or of the substantial disruption of the orderly
operations of the College.
expresses or advocates
racial, ethnic, or religious prejudice so as to create a clear
and present danger of imminent commission of unlawful acts on
school premises or of the violation of lawful school regulations
or the substantial disruption of the orderly operation of the
is distributed in violation
of the time, place, and manner requirements.
of literature on campus will be from tables in the Campus Center
unless special permission is obtained from the Office of Student
Activities for other types of distribution.
kinds of literature may not be distributed or displayed without
the consent of the Director of Student Activities.
off-campus activities sponsored by an individual or group not
connected with the College.
Literature for which
there is a charge or donation required or requested either explicitly
Literature whose legality
is in question.
may be displayed or distributed which solicits funds except
with the approval of the Director of Student Activities.
which is not in conflict with the above stipulations, may
be posted and otherwise displayed in the Campus Center only. This
includes both wings of the Campus Center complex, the bulletin
boards immediately adjacent to them, the Free Speech area,
and the Campus Center patio area.
or student groups wishing to post in other areas of the campus
should confer with the Student Activities personnel for the
policies and procedures governing the desired areas.
literature may be taped or otherwise affixed to a painted
surface. No literature may be placed on cars.
bulletin boards in the Campus Center complex have been designated
to serve specific functions. When in doubt, students
should contact the Student Activities Office.
that does not conform to the above stipulations and/or is improperly
posted will be removed.
have a right to expect that literature which conforms to
the standards set forth in this section and which is properly
displayed will be exhibited for a reasonable length of time. Any
person who removes acceptable literature, properly posted,
is violating the originator's freedom of speech.