Below is a list of the campus policies & guidelines that all event coordinators and participants are required to follow.

All events on campus should also follow the Time, Place and Manner of Free Expression Policy.

Events who fall into Tiers 1-4 must include a majority (50% or more) of campus attendees. Events with less than 50% campus attendees will fall under Tiers 5 and 6.

Tier 1: University Instruction

Classes that are part of the regular and recurring instructional activities of a University college or department, which support the delivery of academic programs. These include but are not limited to regularly scheduled classes.

Tier 2: University Instructional Support

Instructionally related activities, meetings, and programs such as forensics, journalism, special class events, student academic conference, instructional professional development, learning communities, and intercollegiate athletics that support class offerings or academic programs. This tier also includes courses that are part of the authorized Extended Education program.

Tier 3: Research Activities

Programs that are research-oriented in nature which contribute to the professional or educational
development of students, faculty, staff. These include but are not limited to, conducting research
activity, faculty performance/exhibition, and research conferences/symposiums.

Tier 4: Student Life Engagement Events, Student Services, Activities Sponsored by Faculty, Staff, or Recognized Student Organization, and Administrative Events

Events and activities concerned with the professional, cultural, recreational, educational, administrative, informational, or entertainment aspects of the university life. Examples are (but not
limited to), club and activities meetings, office of students life events, student organized conferences, career fair, housing events, administrative meetings, workshops, and professional development.

Tier 5: Meetings of Groups or Consultants Sponsored by or Related to the University

Examples include meetings called by state agencies; by professional organizations of faculty or staff, students, recognized student organizations, faculty or staff, or recognized employee organizations; consultant activities that have been approved by the University; meetings by University-related organizations; county and city school district-sponsored meetings; or meetings of federal, state, and local government organizations.

Tier 6: Other Uses/External

Use of facilities for programs consistent with the educational mission of the University may be granted to those agencies and organizations with whom the University is authorized to make lease or licensing agreements.