|1.||Arrangements for a non-University artist
or speaker to perform or to speak in a class or program
for students and interested faculty of a given department
are the responsibility of the instructor of the class
or the department chair.
|2.||The appearance on campus of a non-University artist
or speaker in a meeting open to the public must be
sponsored by an official University department or an
official committee of the University. The decision
to sponsor shall be communicated to the appropriate
dean or director prior to the event by means of a Notice
of Departmental Sponsorship. Enough time should be
allowed for notification of the traffic division, food
services, or other campus units that may be indirectly
affected. All arrangements for the event are the responsibility
of the sponsoring department or committee.
|3.||Faculty and staff groups of the University may invite non-University speakers to appear before their groups on campus and may invite other members of the University community. Physical arrangements are the responsibility of the interested persons and such meetings will not be open to the general public.|
June 1, 1972; July 11, 1977.
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