Article 1, Part 1 – Student Rights

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§ 1-103 Campus Expression

  1. Discussion and expression of all views is permitted within the university subject only to requirements for the maintenance of order. Support of any cause by orderly means that are not in violation of law and that do not disrupt the operation of the university nor interfere with the rights of others is permitted.
  2. Members and organizations in the university community may invite and hear any persons of their own choosing, subject only to reasonable requirements on time, place, and manner for use of university facilities.
  3. The campus press and media are to be free of censorship. The editors and managers shall not be arbitrarily suspended because of student, faculty, administration, alumni, or community disapproval of editorial policy or content.
  4. The right of peaceful protest is recognized within the university community. The university retains the right to assure the safety of individuals, the protection of property, and the continuity of the educational process.
  5. Lawful picketing and other forms of peaceful protest are permitted on university premises except that lawful picketing is permitted only out‑of‑doors.