WAC 132K-125-100: Freedom Of Assembly

Link to law: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=132K-125-100
Published: 2015

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WACs > Title 132K > Chapter 132K-125 > Section 132K-125-100



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WAC 132K-125-100

Freedom of assembly.

(1) Students shall have the right of "assembly" as defined in WAC 132K-125-040 upon college facilities that are generally available to the public provided that such assembly shall:
(a) Be conducted in an orderly manner;
(b) Not unreasonably interfere with vehicular or pedestrian traffic;
(c) Not unreasonably interfere with classes, schedules, meetings, or ceremonies, or with educational and administrative functions of the college;
(d) Not unreasonably interfere with the regular activities of the college; and
(e) Not cause damage or destruction to college property or private property on college facilities.
(2) A student or student organization who conducts or participates in an assembly violative of any provision of this code shall be subject to disciplinary action.
(3) Nonstudents who participate in or aid or abet any assembly or assemblies in violation of this section shall be subject to possible prosecution under the state criminal trespass law and/or any other possible civil or criminal remedies available to the college.
(4) Assemblies which violate these rules may be ordered to disperse by the college in accordance with Washington state statutes.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 128B.50.140(13) [28B.50.140(13)]. WSR 99-10-046, § 132K-125-100, filed 4/30/99, effective 5/31/99.]