Student Guide for Policies and Prcedures (13-14)
Complete handbook of the policies and procedures affecting students at Tulane University. Published by the Division of Student Affairs.
Student Organizations Policies and Procedures STUDENT ORGANIZATION RECOGNITION AND REGISTRATION All recognized student organizations must register their organization on an annual basis through the Office of Student Programs (studentprograms.tulane.edu) to reserve rooms, plan and host events, access financial and electronic accounts, and be officially recognized as an active student organization at Tulane. If your organization has not registered, contact Student Programs at email@example.com, (504) 865-5141, LBC Room G11 (Student Organizations Center), or visit: studentprograms.tulane.edu. Student organization recognition is granted through student government organizations or university departments. Contact Student Programs for more information about organization recognition. Only recognized organizations may use the Tulane University name and logos, meet in university facilities, host events and have web space, Blackboard accounts, email accounts or listservs. AMPLIFIED SOUND POLICY DEFINITIONS To maintain the academic environment at the university, the use of amplified sound is moderated. The amplified sound policy is designed to protect instructional and learning activities, administrative offices and academic departments from sound interference during normal business hours. Student organizations which intend to have amplified sound at an event must provide specific information related to amplified sound on their facility or quad request. Amplified sound is defined as any sound that is broadcasted through electronically amplified equipment or sound that is electronically enhanced. GENERAL The use of amplified sound on campus may not interfere with instructional activity or the administrative operation of the university. Such use will only be permitted at specific times, and in specific locations, so as not to conflict with this basic principle. Amplified sound may be used during the following times and in the following locations: Days & Times Locations Monday – Friday: Noon – 1 p.m., 4 – 7 p.m. McAlister Auditorium Front Steps, University Quads/ Fields, Gorson Porch, Pocket Park and Jones Hall Patio Saturday & Sunday: Noon – 10 p.m. McAlister Auditorium Front Steps, University Quads/ Fields, Gorson Porch, Pocket Park and Jones Hall Patio University Holidays: Noon – 10 p.m. McAlister Auditorium Front Steps, University Quads Fields, Gorson Porch, Pocket Park and Jones Hall Patio Student Organizations Policies and Procedures 2013–2014 • 121