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PDFWAC 132W-141-010

Policy statement.

The college is committed to providing quality educational and cultural services to the people of the college district. To that end, college facilities are made available for use by organizations conducting educational, cultural, civic, or community activities. College related activities of public educational, cultural or community service nature shall be given first priority consideration for the use of college facilities. Exemptions to the rental fee must be authorized by the president or designee, if deemed to further the best interests of the college, its employees or students.
The college reserves the right to deny an application by any group, organization, or individual which discriminates in their membership or limits participation in a manner inconsistent with the college's nondiscrimination policy.
College facilities may not be used for religious worship, exercise, or instruction (Washington State Constitution, Article 1, Section 11). College facilities may not be used in ways which interfere with the college's teaching, research, public service or support programs or interfere with the flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
College facilities may be used for activities of a commercial nature or by commercial firms provided that the activity does not conflict with college functions and that charges are levied reflecting the full cost of the facility usage.
Unauthorized camping on Wenatchee Valley College District property is not permitted. "Camping" is defined to include use of tents, RVs, sleeping bags, or other outdoor sleeping arrangements (including overnight occupancy of a vehicle parked on college property). Exceptions to this policy can only be approved by the president or designee.
The college reserves the right to deny any application or to revoke any permit at any time if actions resulting from such application or permission constitute unlawful activity; or, if in the judgment of the administration, present imminent danger of unlawful activity, or if a prospective user has previously violated the provisions or rules and regulations of the college; or if activities which, in the judgment of the president or designee, conflict with, directly compete with, or are incompatible with the programs or mission of the college.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140(13). WSR 14-08-013, § 132W-141-010, filed 3/20/14, effective 4/20/14. Statutory Authority: Chapter 28B.50 RCW. WSR 01-14-016, § 132W-141-010, filed 6/25/01, effective 7/26/01.]
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