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PDFWAC 132P-33-160

Noncollege speaker policy.

(1) Student organizations officially recognized by the college shall have the right to invite outside speakers to speak on campus. This right is subject to the availability of campus facilities, funding, and in compliance with college procedures available in the respective office of student life. Speakers are subject to the legal restraints imposed by the laws of the United States and the state of Washington.
(2) The appearance of an invited speaker on college facilities or at sponsored events or activities does not represent an implicit or explicit endorsement of the speaker's views or opinions by the college, its students, its faculty, its college personnel, its administration, or its board.
(3) The scheduling of facilities for events shall be made through the designated reservation clerk. Use of facilities generally requires ten calendar days notice, excluding Saturday, Sunday and holidays.
(4) The dean of students or designee may require views other than those of the invited speaker to be presented at the meeting, or at a subsequent meeting. The president may assign a college employee to preside over any meeting where a speaker has been invited.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. WSR 14-21-099, § 132P-33-160, filed 10/15/14, effective 1/5/15; WSR 99-13-140, § 132P-33-160, filed 6/18/99, effective 7/19/99; WSR 82-01-079 (Resolution No. 81-4), § 132P-33-160, filed 12/21/81.]
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