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WAC 504-35-050

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Private or commercial enterprise or charitable use.

(1) University facilities may not be used for private or commercial gain, including: Commercial advertising; solicitation and merchandising of any food, goods, wares, service, or merchandise of any nature whatsoever; or any other form of sales or promotional activity; except that commercial activity is allowable:
(a) If the campus use committee has determined that the commercial activity or use will serve an educational or public service purpose related to the university's mission;
(b) By special permission granted by the university president, or designee, if an agreement, lease, or other formal arrangement is entered into between the university and the person, corporation, or other entity desiring to engage in commercial activity;
(c) To the extent it represents the regular advertising, promotional, or sponsorship activities carried on, by, or in any university media, The Daily Evergreen, or at NCAA athletic events;
(d) In designated areas of each residence hall when related to the university's mission and approved by the university president, the vice-president for student affairs, or such other person as may be designated by the university president; and
(e) If the university purchasing department has authorized vendor representatives to solicit university departments, colleges, or business units, and where those representatives have appropriate university identification.
(2) University facilities may not be used by faculty or staff in connection with compensated outside service, with the following exceptions:
(a) Faculty or staff may use university facilities that are generally available to the public on the same basis, including payment of the same fees, as may other private citizens; and
(b) Faculty may make private use of facilities to encourage basic and applied research in accordance with the provisions of the university policy adopted pursuant to RCW 42.52.220.
(3) University facilities may not be used to benefit a charitable organization, with the following exceptions:
(a) Charities that are licensed in the state of Washington may use university facilities that are generally available to the public on the same basis, including payment of the same fees, as may private citizens;
(b) Charities that are licensed in the state of Washington may use facilities without charge by special permission granted by the university president, or designee, or the vice-president for business and finance where the university has determined that the charitable activity or use will serve an educational or public service purpose related to the university's mission and an agreement, lease, or other formal arrangement is entered into between the university and the person, corporation, or other entity desiring to engage in a charitable event; and
(c) Student government organizations, registered student organizations, and university units that have followed university policies and procedures to conduct fund-raising activities and have adhered to all scheduling requirements and other university policies.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.30.150. WSR 08-24-026, ยง 504-35-050, filed 11/24/08, effective 12/25/08.]