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Student conduct codeCampus speakers.

(1) Student organizations officially recognized by the college may invite speakers to the campus to address their own membership and other interested students and faculty if:
(a) Suitable space is available.
(b) It does not interfere with the college's regularly scheduled programs.
Although allowed by the college, having such speakers on the campus does not imply the college's approval or disapproval of them or their viewpoints. For speakers who are candidates for political office, the college will make equal opportunities available to opposing candidates if they desire.
(2) To ensure an atmosphere of open exchange and to not obscure the college's educational objectives, the president or designee, in a case with strong emotional feeling, may set conditions for conducting the meeting, such as requiring:
(a) A designated member of the college community as chair; or
(b) Permission for comments and questions from the floor.
The president or designee may encourage the appearance of one or more additional speakers at any meeting or at following meetings so people can express other points of view. The president may designate representatives to recommend conditions such as time, manner, and place for conducting particular meetings.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140(13). WSR 14-14-047, § 495D-121-650, filed 6/25/14, effective 7/26/14.]
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