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WAC 504-33-015

Agency filings affecting this section

Definitions.

(1) "Nonuniversity group," for the purposes of this policy, means a collection of individuals that is neither a university affiliate, a registered student organization, nor a recognized employee group. The term also includes the individual members of these groups, when acting on behalf of the group, and individuals who are not currently enrolled students, current university employees, or employees of a university affiliate.
(2) "University group," for purposes of this policy, means registered student organizations as defined in WAC 504-28-010, or a recognized employee group of the university, and also encompasses the individual members of these groups when acting on behalf of the group. The term also includes individuals who are currently enrolled students or current employees.
(3) "University affiliates" or "affiliated entities" means those entities that have formal relationships with the university and also encompass those entities' officers, agents, and employees. The terms include, but are not limited to, the university foundation, the university research foundation, the office of the attorney general, the 4-H foundation, and the United States Department of AgricultureAgricultural Research Service. A list of affiliated entities is available on the campus use committee web site. The web site can be found by accessing the university's web site at: http://www.wsu.edu/.
(4) "Limited public forum areas" means those areas of each campus that the university has chosen to be open as places for expressive activities protected by the first amendment, subject to reasonable time, place or manner restrictions.
(a) At the Pullman campus, the designated limited public forum areas are:
(i) The Glenn Terrell Mall; and
(ii) The public sidewalks adjacent to public roads.
(b) At the Spokane campus, the designated limited public forum areas are:
(i) The patio outside the main entrance to the Phase I Classroom Building; and
(ii) The public sidewalks adjacent to public roads.
(c) At the Tri-Cities campus, the designated limited public forum areas are:
(i) The Atrium Courtyard; and
(ii) The public sidewalks adjacent to public roads.
(d) At the Vancouver campus, the designated limited public forum areas are:
(i) The area of campus plaza directly east of the cafeteria extending to the stone wall; and
(ii) The public sidewalks adjacent to public roads.
(e) In addition to the public forum areas identified herein, the chancellors of the Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Vancouver campuses and the university president may designate additional areas of the campuses under their authority as public forums. Such additional public forum areas shall be set forth in the university's business policies and procedures manual.
(5) "First amendment activities" include, but are not necessarily limited to, informational picketing, petition circulation, the distribution of information leaflets or pamphlets, speech-making, demonstrations, rallies, appearances of speakers in outdoor areas, protests, meetings to display group feelings or sentiments and/or other types of constitutionally protected assemblies to share information, perspective or viewpoints.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.30.150. WSR 08-24-026, § 504-33-015, filed 11/24/08, effective 12/25/08.]