Guests on Campus
Policy number: 9.1
Policy section: Police & Public Safety
Revised Date: January 2, 2019
1. Policy Statement
All members of the University community are ambassadors of the University. The treatment accorded visitors to the campus has much to do with the view taken of the University by the community around it. All visitors are regarded as guests of the University. It is expected that all members of the faculty, staff, and student body will treat all guests with courtesy and respect. By the same token, it is expected that guests to the campus will so conduct themselves as to merit that courtesy and respect.
Any visitor who is not on official business must be a guest of a University student, faculty member, or staff member.
3. Guest Conduct and Responsibility
- The conduct of a guest to the campus is the responsibility of the person serving as host.
- While on campus, all guests are expected to uphold the regulations established by the University. Guests are subject to all applicable University rules and policies as are members of the University Community.
- It is the responsibility of a guest, when called upon to do so by a University official, to identify himself properly, to state the purpose of his visit to the campus, and to identify his host if he is not on official business.
Revised: January 2, 2019
Adopted: June 1, 1994