Demonstrations

The College believes in the right and is committed to the protection of all peaceful forms of protest. The campus must be open to a free exchange of ideas in which diverse viewpoints can contend for acceptance in an atmosphere free of any recourse to physical force. In turn, the College will insist that all protests be orderly and carried out with the following regulations:

A. The blocking of corridors or entrances to any area or the use of loud noise to disrupt a conference, meeting, or classroom session is prohibited.

B. Demonstrations may not be conducted in faculty or administrative offices, classrooms, the Iwasaki Library, or other academic/performance areas.

C. Picket lines in College corridors are prohibited. Students, faculty, or other members of the College community who violate these regulations will be subject to disciplinary action.