Outside salespersons are prohibited from soliciting on College facilities. Violations should be reported to the campus or center office.
All signs and notices are required to receive approval from the campus or center office prior to posting. Non-College signs and notices are to be posted on bulletin boards and tack strips ONLY. Commercial or for-profit entities are allowed to post notices and signs in designated areas only. The distribution of signs, notices or fliers is not allowed on vehicles on College facilities.
Petition Signature Solicitation
- This procedure governs access to college premises by representatives who wish to solicit signatures on petitions for the purpose of submission of a ballot proposition to voters, or nomination of a candidate for elective office, in a city-, county-, or state-wide election.
- The President, or designee, will determine general hours of accessibility for solicitation and a location on College facilities where all representatives on behalf of any candidate or ballot proposition may solicit signatures. The location shall be in a common area where the solicitation will not serve as an obstruction to student activities or otherwise disrupt the College environment.
- All solicitation must take place in designated areas. Standard space may include one table and one or two chairs. No amplification devices will be used. Representatives may not distribute or make available to students, employees, or college visitors any tangible item, except for informational literature about the proposed candidate or ballot initiative.
- Representatives will notify the campus operations coordinator or center manager at location of their intent to be present on College facilities no fewer than three working days prior to soliciting signatures. Upon obtaining authorization, representatives shall be provided a written version of this regulation.