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    Use of university facilities; definitions, priorities in use; general restrictions on use
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    Use of university facilities; outdoor areas
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    Use of university facilities; instructional space; use of P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School facilities and grounds
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    Use of facilities and services; charges for use and admissions charges
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    Promotional trade-outs, giveaways, in-kind exchanges
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    Public functions policy; use of campus lands; camping
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    Banner policy
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    Skateboards, rollerskates, rollerblades or similar devices
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    Chalking policy
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    Use of university facilities by academic professional organizations
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REGULATIONS OF

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.001 Possession and Use of Firearms.

(1) The possession of firearms on the University campus or any land or property

occupied by the University of Florida is prohibited..

(2) Definitions

(a) The University "campus" is defined for purposes of this regulation to include those

lands located in the City of Gainesville, Florida, occupied by the University of Florida, and

bounded generally by 13th Street on the East, University Avenue on the North, 34th Street on the

West and Archer Road on the South, including premises occupied by fraternities and sororities

officially recognized by the University.

(b) The term "firearm" is defined for the purposes of this regulation to have the same

meaning set forth in Section 790.001(6), Florida Statutes, provided "firearm" shall also include

antique firearms.

(3) Notwithstanding the foregoing, firearms are permitted under the following limited

circumstances:

(a) Campus residents are permitted to store firearms in an area designated by the

University Police at the University Police Station only. Firearms in transit to the Police Station

for storage shall enter the campus at the intersection of 13th Street and Museum Road and be

taken directly and immediately to the Police Station. Firearms in transit from the Police Station

shall be removed from the campus directly and immediately along the same route. Firearms

must be unloaded when on the University campus, whether in storage or in transit to or from









storage. Authorization must be acquired from the University Police for possession of the firearm

while traveling between the storage facility and the campus perimeter. Possession of a firearm

anywhere else on campus is prohibited.

(b) Those presently authorized to possess firearms on the campus are members of

governmental agencies authorized by law to possess firearms, the University Police, members of

University Rifle Teams, the University's armored car vendor, and the staff of the Florida State

Museum when the firearms are a part of the museum collection and are for the exhibit purposes

or used in specimen collection.

(c) ROTC cadets may drill with unloaded rifles which have the firing pin removed

when under the supervision of ROTC officers and cadre. Members of the Rifle Teams are

authorized to have possession of their firearms only when under the supervision of ROTC cadre

personnel on the firing range or in the ROTC Armory.

(d) The following persons are authorized to possess firearms at Institute of Food and

Agricultural Sciences Research and Education Centers:

1. Deputized law enforcement officers living at a center who are issued a firearm as

part of their employment;

2. Employees engaged in properly permitted wildlife depredation activities carried out

to protect research projects being conducted at a center; and

3. Employees temporarily residing at a center, provided the firearm is kept unloaded,

equipped with a trigger lock, and locked in a secured location in the residence. In addition to

any specific requirements set forth above, firearms shall be handled, used and stored in a safe

and responsible manner and in accordance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations. A

Center director shall be notified prior to any firearm being brought onto Center property and









shall have the right to prohibit or limit the use, handling or storage of firearms at the Center for

the safety of persons at the Center.

(e) Individuals participating in approved firearms education programs conducted on

properties designated for 4-H use may utilize firearms on the property, provided firearms shall

be handled, used and stored in a safe and responsible manner and in accordance with all

applicable laws, rules and regulations. The program coordinator or property manager shall have

the right to prohibit or limit the use, handling or storage of firearms on properties designated for

4-H use for the safety of persons on the property.

(f) Should it be necessary or desirable for the use of firearms in any of the academic

programs of the University, then permission for such use must be applied for and granted by the

Provost or designee, Vice President for Business Affairs and the Chief of Police of the

University Police Department.

(5) Any student or employee, including faculty, administration, and staff members, shall

be immediately suspended for violation of this regulation. When required under applicable

university disciplinary regulations or provisions of the applicable collective bargaining

agreement, such a suspension shall be interim in nature until a proper hearing can be held by the

appropriate hearing body to determine the facts and circumstances of the violation.



Specific Authority: BOG Resolution dated January 7, 2003.

History--New 9-29-75, Formerly 6C1-2.01, Amended 9-16-99, 3-31-06, 3-14-08.









RULES OF

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.002 University of Florida; Campus Demonstrations.

(1) Faculty, students, and all other personnel who intentionally act to impair, interfere

with, or obstruct the orderly conduct, processes, and functions of the University shall be subject

to appropriate disciplinary action by the University authorities.

(2) Demonstrations may be held anywhere on the campus, so long as they do not disrupt

the normal operation of the University or infringe on the rights of other members of the

University community, except that no demonstrations are permitted inside University buildings.

Any use of sound amplification equipment on the outdoor areas of campus must have prior

clearance through the Office of Student Activities at the J. Wayne Reitz Union and will be

permitted only if there is no interference or disruption of any academic or other University

activities. Use of outdoor areas must also be consonant with all other University rules, including

but not limited to Rules 6C1-2.002, 6C1-2.003, 6C1-2.005, 6C1-2.008, and 6C1-4.006, F.A.C.

(3) In order that demonstrators not interfere with the operation of the University or the

rights of others, they shall not:

(a) obstruct vehicular, bicycle, pedestrian, or other traffic;

(b) obstruct entrances or exits to buildings or driveways;

(c) interfere with educational activities inside or outside any building;

(d) harass passersby or otherwise disrupt normal activities;









(e) interfere with or preclude a scheduled speaker from being heard;

(f) interfere with scheduled University ceremonies or events; or

(g) damage property, including lawns, shrubs, or trees.

(4) In the event of disruptive action, University employees and students involved in

demonstrations shall identify themselves by presenting appropriate documents such as ID cards

when requested to do so by the President or his/her designated representative, and such

representative will identify him/herself when making this request. Demonstrators not officially

related to the University of Florida will be directed to leave the campus immediately or be

subject to arrest for a violation of the law forbidding the disruption or interference with the

administration or functions of an educational institution.

(5) If, in the opinion of the President or his/her designated representative, a

demonstration is disrupting normal University operations or infringing on the rights of other

members of the University community, the President or his/her representative may:

(a) identify him/herself to the demonstrators, giving name and official position;

(b) inform the demonstrators that they are in violation of the University policy and/or in

violation of the law and specify the nature of the violation;

(c) request that the violation cease; and

(d) in the event of non-compliance with this request, enlist the assistance of the

University Police in restoring order and enforcing the law.

(6) The University Police, as the President's designated representatives, have a

responsibility to:









(a) declare a demonstration to be in violation of law and request all demonstrators to

cease and desist and to disperse and clear the area or be subject to arrest and/or University

disciplinary action;

(b) arrest any demonstrators observed to be in violation of the law; and

(c) enlist the assistance of outside law enforcement agencies, if necessary.



Specific Authority 240.132(1), 240.227(1), 240.261 FS.

Law Implemented 240.132, 240.133, 240.227(5), (13), 240.261, 877.13 FS.

History--New 9-29-75, Amended 3-26-80, Formerly 6C1-2.02, Amended 7-27-98.









RULES OF

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.003 University of Florida; Distribution of Printed Material.

(1) The distribution of printed material, which is defined in this rule as newspapers,

handbills, leaflets, pamphlets, posters, magazines, and printed papers) of a like nature shall only

be permitted on campus at reasonable times, places, and in reasonable manners consistent with

the educational mission of the University, the uninterrupted orderly operation of University

programs, classes, and studies of its faculty, staff, and students, the safety of University students,

faculty, and staff, and the protection of the property of the University and its students, faculty,

and staff, as provided below. The campus should be free from excessive and abusive postings,

chalking and the distribution of commercial and promotional materials, which deface and

depreciate the value of our grounds, facilities, and campuses.

(2) Any individual, group or organization desiring to distribute printed material on the

University campus may distribute under the following conditions:

(a) The individual, group, or organization is subject to the Student Code of Conduct if a

student or student group or organization at the University and to all laws and regulations of the

city, state, or nation that govern a person in the exercise of his or her rights of expression,

including, but not limited to those relating to defamation, obscenity, pornography, violent

overthrow of the Government or of the existing authorities, inciting to riot, or any other law or

regulation validly limiting the exercise of free speech.

(b) Advertisements for the use, sale, consumption or distribution of alcohol or illegal

drugs are prohibited, including, but not limited to: 2-4-1 specials, beat-the-clock deals, happy
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hours, lady's night, or illustrations/photos depicting these activities. This includes

advertisements sent via e-mail. Alcohol education materials/promotions (i.e., alcohol/health

programs, responsible drinking programs, or University of Florida Alcohol awareness

organizations materials), which are sanctioned as University sponsored events are permissible,

so long as they do not violate Rule 6C1-2.019, F.A.C.

(c) To avoid littering the campus, printed material may not be left in stacks unattended,

left on the ground, or placed on vehicles. Equipment used in the dissemination of printed

material may not be left unattended and must be removed after its use except in those instances

where prior approval has been granted to distribute newspapers and other printed material at

specific sites by means of vending machines or distribution boxes.

(d) There must be no interference with normal operations of the University, including

classroom instruction, or infringement on the rights of others pertaining to office and student

living privacy, study conditions, free movement of pedestrian and vehicular traffic, and restricted

use of departmental bulletin boards.

(e) Distribution of printed material may not take place within University buildings and

facilities, including athletic or recreational fields, except in those residence halls or other campus

living areas under the procedures approved by the governing bodies of those areas for such

distribution. Printed material may not be distributed in such a manner as to otherwise interfere

with access to University buildings or facilities. Distribution of printed materials in classrooms

is at the discretion of the instructor.

(f) Any printed material which identifies the author and/or publisher as University

personnel, or has subject matter, including photographs, which might imply to the reader that

such publication is University or University personnel-sponsored, must contain the following
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statement prominently exhibited in the first three pages: "This publication is solely the

expression of the author and/or publisher and it is not an official publication of the University of

Florida, nor is it in any way intended to express any policies or opinions of the University of

Florida, or its personnel".

(g) No printed material may be posted or placed on trees, any interior or exterior walls

or doors of campus buildings, or on any campus property other than permanent official bulletin

boards of the University designated for that purpose.

(h) The use of adhesives in the posting of materials is strictly prohibited.

(i) The selling of printed material is not permitted on campus except through

newsboxes or newsstands or as otherwise permitted pursuant to Rule 6C1-4.006, F.A.C.

(j) The passing out of materials must be conducted in a courteous manner, and cannot

be disruptive to the University of Florida community. Materials may not be forced upon an

individual.

(k) The passing out of printed materials from groups, persons, and entities not defined

as "University groups and organizations" under paragraph 6C1-2.004(1)(f), F.A.C., is limited to

the following campus locations: Turlington Plaza, Plaza of the America, and the north lawn of

the J. Wayne Reitz Union.

(3) Use of newsstands or news boxes.

(a) All printed material sold or distributed without charge, pursuant hereto, which is left

unattended, shall be stacked for distribution in boxes or distribution stands constructed of either

metal or wood with a bottom flooring, painted, no larger than a length of twenty (20) inches, a

width of twenty-two (22) inches, and a height of fifty (50) inches, and no smaller than a length of









twelve (12) inches, a width of twelve (12) inches and a height of twenty-eight (28) inches, or a

standard newspaper vending machine size.

(b) All newsstands or boxes shall be kept in a neat and clean condition, and shall be

used in a regular and periodic manner. Any stand or box not so kept and used may be removed

and stored by appropriate University personnel upon request of the Director, Business Services,

as a nuisance to the University community.

(c) Newsstands or boxes may be placed only in areas specifically designated for such

purposes by the Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration, dependent upon the

availability of space. Additional space may be allotted on a temporary basis upon request to the

Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration.

(4) Additional regulatory measures should be observed where such regulations are

necessary for special areas of the campus. The following are considered special areas: The J.

Hillis Miller Health Center, P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School campus and Florida

Field. Distribution of printed material in these areas must be pursuant to the regulations for

these areas.

(5) Failure to adhere to this rule will result in immediate removal of the materials and

disciplinary action by the University. These actions will include a step discipline process that

includes written notification and/or billing for clean-up, and elimination of distribution

privileges on campus. Any individual, group or organization engaged in the distribution of

printed material in violation of this rule shall be prevented from continuing such distribution if

necessary to protect the uninterrupted orderly operation of the University, the safety of

University students and personnel, and the property of the University and its students and

personnel.











Specific Authority 1001.74(4) FS.

Law Implemented 1001.74(6), (10), (19) FS.

History--New 9-29-75, Amended 8-15-78, 8-6-81, 9-15-83, Formerly 6C1-2.03, Amended

5-19-93, 7-11-94, 5-1-96, 6-3-03, 5-30-04.









RULES OF

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


6C1-2.0031 Finance and Administration; Identification Card Program

(1) Definitions. Definitions of words and phrases used in the Identification (I.D.) Card

Program at the University of Florida:

(a) Academic Personnel (AP) The academic employees of the University of Florida

described in Rule 6C1-7.003, F.A.C., which includes the titles of Professor, Associate Professor,

Assistant Professor, and Lecturer.

(b) Staff Technical, Executive, Administrative and Managerial Support (TEAMS),

University Support Personnel System (USPS), and Other Personnel Services (OPS) employees

of the University of Florida.

(c) Student All persons, not classified as Academic Personnel or staff, admitted and

registered at the University of Florida.

(d) Identification (I.D.) Card A laminated credit card size packet containing a digitized

image (photograph) of the person, identification data, logo, bar code, high coercivity magnetic

strip with three tracks, printed statement, and signature stripe.

(e) University of Florida Systems A variety of means by which the University

provides services to its students, Academic Personnel and staff such as library book checkout,

check cashing, and ticket distribution.

(2) Function. The I.D. card is a key to accessing a variety of University of Florida

systems, such as library book check-out and check cashing. The physical card is neither

representation nor proof of any position or standing as a student, staff or Academic Personnel of









the University of Florida, or representative thereof without validation in a University of Florida

system.

(3) Policies for the use of the I.D. Card are set by the Office of the Vice President for

Finance and Administration and administered by the I.D. Card Department of the Business

Services Division.

(a) I.D. Cards shall be issued based on an individual's primary relationship with the

University Academic Personnel, staff, or student.

(b) The final decision on the primary relationship of an individual with the University

shall be made by the Vice President for Finance and Administration.

(c) I.D. Cards may be issued on a temporary basis to groups or individuals who do not

fall into the category of Academic Personnel, staff or student as defined herein. The Office of

the Vice President for Finance and Administration is the unit in charge of authorizing the

issuance of such cards. The cost for such cards is $15.00 per card, unless identified by a

different cost described herein.

(4) All students are required to have an I.D. Card at the cost of $15.00. All Academic

Personnel and staff are required to have an I.D. card. A $15.00 fee will be imposed for each

replacement card.

(5) Conduct such as misuse of the I.D. Card, falsification of information to obtain an

I.D. Card, alteration of the picture or information on the card, and/or falsification of records

which served as the basis for the issuance of the I.D. Card shall subject persons to penalties

provided in the Florida Statutes or Florida Administrative Code, including the Student Conduct

Code, as appropriate.









(6) When utilizing a University of Florida System, individuals shall present their I.D.

Card as the approved means of showing authorization to use the system.

(7) Any unit of the University or student group or organization desiring to use the I.D.

Card for any purpose not defined herein shall first obtain the approval of the I.D. Card

Department, Business Services Division. No encoding of any of the tracks on the I.D. Card may

be done without written approval of the I.D. Card Department. No alteration of the card or any

portion thereof by any person or agency, other than the I.D. Card Office, is allowed. Approval is

granted only pursuant to the terms of a University contract or for another University purpose and

only under terms which protect the integrity of the I.D. Card.

(8) No equipment shall be purchased for the direct or indirect purpose of encoding on

any of the tracks on the I.D. Card without the prior written approval of the Director of Business

Services or his/her designee, which approval shall be granted only pursuant to the terms of a

University contract or in furtherance of another University purpose and only under terms which

protect the integrity of the I.D. Card.



Statutory Authority 1001.74(4), 1006.60, 1012.92(1) FS.

Law Implemented 1001.74(6), (10), (19), 1006.60, 1009.24(12)(b), 1012.92 FS.

History--New 7-15-91, Amended 5-28-92, 5-19-93, 3-12-03, 7-19-05.









RULES OF

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.004 Use of University Facilities; Definitions; Priorities in Use; General Restrictions

on Use.

(1) For the purposes of Rules 6C1-2.004 through 6C1-2.020, the following definitions

shall apply:

(a) "University campus" or "campus" shall include those lands located in the City of

Gainesville, Florida, occupied or controlled by the University of Florida, and bounded generally

by 13th Street on the east, University Avenue on the north, 34th Street on the west and Archer

Road on the south, along with any other educational or residential facilities occupied or

controlled by the University within Alachua County, Florida.

(b) "University facilities" shall include all buildings and other facilities, including

athletic and recreational fields, on the University campus.

(c) "Instructional space" shall include all University facilities used primarily for the

conduct of scheduled classes, laboratories, seminars and other uses related to the academic

process.

(d) A "public function" is an event that is held in University facilities and is open to

attendance by all members of the University community and/or to the general public either with

or without charge for admission.









(e) A "private function" is defined as one held in University facilities and is open to

attendance only by members and invited guests of the sponsoring group, organization or person.

(f) "University groups and organizations" are defined as officially constituted colleges,

schools, divisions, departments, agencies and other corporate organizational units which are a

part of or operate on behalf of the University, including but not limited to, direct support

organizations, foundations and alumni organizations officially recognized by the University, and

student organizations, honor societies, fraternities and sororities officially registered or

recognized by the University.

(g) "University persons" are defined as students and employees of the University,

including faculty members, administrative and professional (A&P), University Support

Personnel System (USPS) and Other Personal Services (OPS) personnel.

(h) "University related groups and organizations" are defined as those that although not

officially recognized or registered by or affiliated with the University or otherwise failing to

meet the definition in paragraph (f) immediately above, are related to the University because of

the promotion of the interests of the University community, the academic professions and other

related interests of the faculty, staff or students, or which perform other service to the University

and its community, such as credit unions, academic professional associations, professional

fraternities/sororities, employee organizations, charitable community organizations, other public

educational institutions, and the like.

(i) "Non-university persons, groups and organizations" are defined as persons, groups

or organizations which do not meet the definitions of persons, groups or organizations as defined

in paragraphs (f), (g) and (h) immediately above, including candidates for election to public

office and organizations supporting such candidates, and those groups and organizations which









exist primarily for the purpose of carrying on commercial activity for profit, or which otherwise

exist primarily for private individual gain or benefit.

(2) The following priorities will be observed by authorities responsible for scheduling

University facilities:

(a) University groups and organizations;

(b) University persons;

(c) University related groups and organizations; and

(d) Non-university groups, organizations and persons.

(3) Scheduling of University facilities shall give priority to University programs and

functions. No person, group, or organization shall be excluded from this policy because they

have collective bargaining as one of their objectives.

(4) Requests for scheduling events in University facilities, except for instructional

space, should be directed to the authority controlling the facility. Scheduling of instructional

space is governed under the provisions of Rule 6C1-2.008.

(5) A condition for the use of University facilities may be that the sponsoring person,

organization, or group obtain adequate insurance coverage and/or that adequate security can be

provided by the University Police Department. The costs of such insurance or security shall be

borne by the sponsoring person, organization, or group.

(6) Persons, groups, or organizations utilizing University facilities are responsible for

providing programmatic access to individuals with disabilities, i.e. deaf, deaf-blind, hard of

hearing, and visually impaired. All costs associated with providing programmatic access are the

responsibility of the sponsoring person, group, or organization.









(7) University facilities that are otherwise available for such use under University rules

will not be made available for commercial purposes unless approved in advance by the Vice

President for Finance and Administration who shall review the request in light of the

University's contractual and other legal requirements, the relationship of the activity to the

University's mission, and the benefit of the activity to the University and the State of Florida.

(8) A University employee may use his or her office or other University facilities or

services in conducting outside activities, such as private practice or consulting, only if approved

pursuant to Rule 6C1-1.011(7), F.A.C.



Specific Authority 240.227(1) FS.

Law Implemented 240.227(5), (12), (13), (19) FS.

History--New 9-29-75, Amended 9-15-83, Formerly 6C1-2.04, Amended 7-27-98, 6-24-99.









RULES OF

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.005 Use of University Facilities; Outdoor Areas.

(1) Events in outdoor areas of the campus are to be scheduled and approved as follows:

(a) Academic areas are areas near classrooms, libraries, laboratories, hospitals,

auditoriums and research facilities. Non-academic use of such areas is to be scheduled through

the Office of Student Activities at the J. Wayne Reitz Union in the case of student groups and

organizations or the Office of Finance and Administration for all other persons, groups, and

organizations. Areas near hospitals and clinical facilities are unavailable for non-academic uses.

(b) Union areas and outdoor areas adjacent to the J. Wayne Reitz Union building. Use

of these areas must be scheduled through the Director of the Union and approval must be secured

through the Office of Student Activities for student groups and organizations or the Office of

Finance and Administration for all other persons, groups, and organizations.

(c) Residential areas are outdoor areas in the vicinity of residence halls, fraternities,

sororities and villages. Events in each of these areas are scheduled by the residential unit.

(d) University athletic facilities, including playing fields, stadiums, courts, and so forth,

are considered instructional space and must be scheduled pursuant to Rule 6C1-2.008, F.A.C.

(2) Approval and scheduling of events in the above areas must be consonant with Rule

6C1-2.004, F.A.C., including the assessment of fees, and other University rules. As a condition

of approval, the University may impose safety, security and liability requirements consistent









with the use to be made of the area, and the area to be used must be adequate for the nature of the

event.

(3) Informal Use of Outdoor Areas. Outdoor areas on the campus which are not

committed to a specific use or assigned to a specific University agency, such as the Plaza of the

Americas, are free to be used for informal, unscheduled and unamplified expressions of opinion

or musical events by persons participating as individuals without registration or approval. These

impromptu speakers or musical performers will be held responsible for orderly behavior and for

no disruption of academic activities, scheduled public functions, or pedestrian or other traffic,

and they must follow University rules governing those areas.

(4) Formal Use of Outdoor Areas. Events using public address systems or other

electrical amplification and events involving a substantial outdoor area of the campus are

permissible when approved and scheduled as set forth in paragraph (1) of this rule, provided:

(a) They are sponsored by a University group or organization or a University related

group or organization. Generally, University persons and non-university persons, groups and

organizations will not be permitted formal use of outdoor areas. Registered student groups

should use the form "University of Florida Office of Student Activities Program Planning

Form," Form SAC-1, Rev. 7/00, available from that office and incorporated herein by reference.

(b) They do not interfere with academic processes, previously scheduled events, other

campus activities, or pedestrians or other traffic.

(5) Electrically amplified sound in outdoor areas.

(a) Any use of sound amplification equipment on the outdoor areas of campus must

have prior clearance through the Office of Finance and Administration or the Office of Student

Activities at the J. Wayne Reitz Union in the case of student organizations.









(b) Events held in the outdoor areas of campus must maintain a reasonable sound level.

A reasonable sound level is defined as a level which (i) falls within the permissible limits of City

of Gainesville Ordinances, Ch. 15 (1997), Gainesville Code of Ordinances, and meets the

communication needs of the event without excessive penetration to the adjacent areas. A

recommended procedure for monitoring the sound level as the designation of an individual by

the sponsoring group or organization to visit the peripheral buildings, render a value judgment

and adjust the amplifiers if necessary.

(c) In academic areas, the use of electronically amplified instruments will generally not

be allowed on class days (Monday through Friday). If a public address system is permitted in

these areas, the sponsoring group or organization is responsible for maintaining a reasonable

sound level.



Specific Authority 240.132(1), 240.227(1), 240.261(2) FS.

Law Implemented 240.132, 240.227(5), (12), (13) FS.

History--New 9-29-75, Formerly 6C1-2.05, Amended 7-27-98, 6-24-99, 7-8-01.









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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.008 Use of University Facilities; Instructional Space; Use ofP.K. Yonge

Developmental Research School Facilities and Grounds.

(1) All instructional space with the exception of that located in the J. Hillis Miller

Health Center, and the P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School is under the assignment and

control of the Office of the Registrar. Such facilities may be used for private functions of or

sponsored by University groups or organizations, and by private functions of or sponsored by

University related groups and organizations. Such groups or organizations may be required to

pay in advance the incidental and incremental cost of such usage. Permission for the use must be

obtained from the Office of Finance and Administration, which will forward the approved

request to the Office of the Registrar. Permission for the use of instructional space in the J.

Hillis Miller Health Center must be obtained from the Office of the Vice President for Health

Affairs. Permission for the use of space at the P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School must

be obtained from the Director of the P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School. Permission

for such use shall be granted only when the use is consistent with the academic use of the

facilities and any restrictions applicable to the particular space.

(2) Public functions sponsored by University groups and organizations or University-

related groups and organizations may also be held in instructional space when other facilities are









unavailable and when such use has been authorized by the appropriate authorities and under the

conditions stated above.

(3) Instructional space will not be available for non-university persons, groups or

organizations.

(4) The following policies also govern the use of the facilities and outdoor areas of the

P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School:

(a) Loitering on the P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School Campus is prohibited

between the hours of 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. Monday through Thursday and between the hours

of 6:30 p.m. on Friday and 7:00 a.m. on Monday. This rule will be enforced by the University

Police Department and any other appropriate authority.

(b) The above provision does not prohibit use of the school premises within the above

times for the following purposes:

1. Use of school grounds and facilities by P.K. Yonge students under the supervision

of an approved sponsor, faculty member and/or coach.

2. Use of the tennis courts by University and P.K. Yonge Developmental Research

School students and faculty.

3. Use of the softball, baseball, and athletic fields when special permission has been

granted.

4. Use of the school grounds and facilities under terms specified in a written

authorization issued by the Director of P.K. Yonge prior to use of the facilities.



Specific Authority 240.227(1) FS.

Law Implemented 228.091, 240.132, 240.227(5), (12), (13) FS.









History--New 9-29-75, Formerly 6C1-2.08, Amended 7-27-98.









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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.012 University of Florida; Use of University Facilities and Services; Charges for

Use and Admissions Charges.

(1) Fees for use of University facilities, including the use of outdoor areas as permitted

under Rule 6C1-2.005, F.A.C., shall be charged as follows:

(a) Fees shall be charged to non-university groups, organizations and persons for the

use of University facilities. The fees shall be set by the authority controlling the facility and

approved by the President or the President's designee. Any additional services required by the

user will be billed separately to the user by the department performing the service.

(b) University groups, organizations or persons and University affiliated persons,

organizations, and groups shall be charged for the direct cost of services they require in the use

of University facilities.

(2) Borrowing fees shall be charged for University of Florida libraries users who have

no University of Florida affiliation.

(a) The fee shall be $40.00 for four months or $100.00 for one year for the general

public. Members of the University of Florida Alumni Association or the Howe Society (the

Friends of the University of Florida Libraries Special Collections) shall pay $30.00 for four

months or $75.00 for one year.









(b) Individuals paying this fee will be entitled to borrow up to ten items for a 3-week

loan period, but shall not be entitled to remote access to databases licensed by the Libraries or

the use of interlibrary loan.

(3) The President or designee shall have the authority to waive or reduce any fee

authorized under subsections (1) and (2) of this rule if the President or designee determines that

such action furthers specific University programs) and the University's mission.

(4) Photographic reproductions (negatives, slides, and prints) of materials owned by the

University of Florida Libraries are made only upon payment of the appropriate fee. The

requestor must obtain all necessary permissions for the copying, including copyright

permissions, and must indemnify the University of Florida for any claims arising from the

reproduction. The "George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida Reproduction and Use

of Images Fee Schedule" (5-01) and "George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida Policy

on Reproduction and Use of Images" (5-01), which must be signed by the requestor, are

incorporated by reference and can be obtained from the George A. Smathers Libraries.

(5) Certificate of eligibility processing and enrollment status verification fee A charge

of $50.00 shall be assessed in each fall and spring semester to a student requiring processing of a

certificate of eligibility for F-l or J-1 student status and enrollment status verification services.

(6) Transcript charge for Non-Students. A charge of $12.00 shall be assessed for each

transcript ordered by a person who is not a currently enrolled student.

(7) Admission Charges.

(a) Student groups and organizations permitted to use University facilities may charge

an admission fee or provide for voluntary contributions only pursuant to Rule 6C1-4.006,

F.A.C.:









(b) Except pursuant to a contract with the University, other groups, organizations, and

persons permitted to use University facilities may charge an admission fee or provide for a

voluntary contribution under the following conditions:

1. The fee or contributions are in an amount that covers the costs of the event only, or

2. The net proceeds are for a charitable institution or organization as defined in

501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States.

3. A financial accounting is required to be made to the University in the case of either

subparagraph 1. or 2. above.

(c) Fees and contributions may not be collected by groups, organizations or persons

allowed to use instructional space.



Specific Authority: Board of Governors Resolution dated January 7, 2003.

History--New 9-29-75, Formerly 6C1-2.12, Amended 6-28-98, 6-24-99, 7-8-01, 3-12-03,

7-7-05, 3-14-08.









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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.0151 University of Florida; Promotional Trade-Outs, Giveaways, In-Kind

Exchanges.

All promotional trade-outs, giveaways or in-kind exchanges of goods, services, tickets or

merchandise is prohibited unless approved by the Vice President for Finance and

Administration. Requests for approval must include a detailed plan describing the activity, the

purpose, value and the benefit to the University.



Specific Authority 240.227(1), 240.261(2) FS.

Law Implemented 240.227(1), (5), (13) FS.

History--New 5-28-92.









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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.016 University of Florida; Public Functions Policy; Use of Campus Lands;

Camping.

(1) Tents or other temporary structures are prohibited on lands of the University of

Florida campus except when utilized in connection with activities of academic or administrative

units or agencies of the University.

(2) Tents or other temporary structures may be erected on University property by

academic or administrative units or agencies only for activities directly related to the mission of

the unit and only after first obtaining written approval of the Office of Vice President for Finance

and Administration, which shall consider space, traffic, and other safety and aesthetic factors.

(3) Student Government and registered student organizations may secure approval for

use of tents or temporary structures for activities described above by request to the Vice

President for Finance and Administration through the appropriate academic unit(s) or the Office

of Student Activities.

(4) Camping is prohibited on lands of the University of Florida campus except when

such camping is in connection with an official activity of the University, such as an activity of an

academic or administrative unit. Prior written approval for such camping must be granted by the

Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration taking into consideration the health,

safety and welfare of the participants, the University community, and guests of the University.











Specific Authority 240.132(1), 240.227(1), 240.261(2) FS.

Law Implemented 240.132, 240.227(13) FS.

History--New 9-29-75; Amended, 11-11-85, Formerly 6C1-2.16, Amended 9-16-99.









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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.0161 University of Florida; Banner Policy.

(1) The hanging and draping of banners on the interior or exterior of campus buildings

or on poles installed specifically for such support is authorized under the following conditions:

(a) Only University departments and officially registered University organizations are

allowed to hang or drape banners on campus.

(b) Organizations planning to hang or drape banners on campus must file a banner

permit application entitled "Banner Permit Application, Form: SAC-2, Rev. 10-15-02," and

incorporated herein by reference, with the Student Activities Center in the J. Wayne Reitz Union

for approval by the Director of Student Activities. A copy of this form can be obtained from the

Office of Student Activities Center, 300 J. Wayne Reitz Union, Gainesville, Florida. The

Director or the Director's designee will review the application to determine whether the

proposed banner complies with University of Florida Rules, including, but not limited to, Rules

6C1-2.019 and 4.016, F.A.C. Permits will be approved no more than twenty (20) days before the

day the banner is to be hung. Organizations may reserve a maximum of five (5) days of banner

space per month.

(2) Banners to be hung outdoors from banner poles must meet the following

specifications:

(a) Banners must be hung from the banner poles using the existing ropes and hardware.

(b) Banners must be no more than 10 feet wide and no more than 8 feet tall.









(c) Banners must be constructed of heavy cloth, heavy vinyl or heavy plastic, properly

sewn and vented. Banners must have grommets to attach the banners using the clips provided.

(d) Banners should not touch the ground. Any banner that is too large or is sagging will

be removed. (Note: This is a safety precaution so that individuals cannot hide behind the

banners.)

(e) All rope guys must be marked to be visible day and night. No wire guys shall be

used.

(3) Banners to be hung indoors or on the exterior of a building, in addition to being

approved in accordance with paragraph (1) (b) above, must meet the physical specifications set

forth by the dean, director or other University official responsible for the building in which the

banner is to be hung. Such officials may prohibit the hanging of all banners in or on the

building.

(4) Banners that are hung at fraternity and sorority houses must be no more than 100

square feet in total area.

(5) No banners may be placed on building roofs, over a campus road or roadway or

placed in such a manner as to impede the normal passage of foot or bicycle traffic.

(6) No banner shall be placed under or in the immediate area of utility (electrical or

telephone) lines or facilities.

(7) The organization requesting approval of the banner must defray its cost and be

responsible for the erection and removal of, and any damage caused by, such banner.

(8) Advertising or sponsorship involving commercial, off-campus vendors inconsistent

with University policy will not be allowed. Refer to Rule 6C1-4.006, F.A.C.











Specific Authority 1001.74(4) FS.

Law Implemented 1001.74(6), (10), (19) FS.

History--New 4-27-88, Amended 5-28-92, 9-16-99, 7-8-01, 6-3-03.









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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.0162 Finance and Administration; Skateboards, Rollerskates, Inline Skates or

similar devices.

(1) No person shall use a skateboard, rollerskates, inline skates or similar devices on the

University campus, except as specified in this rule.

(2) University students, faculty and staff may use or operate skateboards, rollerskates,

inline skates or similar devices only on University sidewalks and while crossing streets at

crosswalks. Sidewalks shall be defined as that portion of a street between the curbline, or the

lateral line, of a roadway and the adjacent property lines or the walkway between buildings,

intended for use by pedestrians. The use of skateboards, rollerskates, inline skates or similar

devices is prohibited in all other areas of campus, including, but not limited to:

(a) Fine Arts Complex,

(b) Architecture Building,

(c) Turlington Hall,

(d) Ben Hill Griffin Stadium,

(e) Stephen C. O'Connell Center,

(f) Parking garages,

(g) Park and Ride lots, and

(h) J. Wayne Reitz Union.









(3) Skateboard, rollerskate, inline skates, or similar device users shall not perform

acrobatics while riding on a skateboard, rollerskate, inline skates or similar device.

(4) No person shall ride at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent, having due

regard to traffic, pedestrians' rights, surface of the side walk, the hazard at intersections, and any

other condition then existing.

(5) Any non-university person who violates this rule is subject to an order to leave the

immediate premises of University campus by a person in charge of University property or a

member of the University Police Department. Persons failing to comply with an order by a

person in charge or a member of University Police Department to leave or to remain off the

immediate premises of University campus are subject to arrest for criminal trespassing.

(6) Any student who violates this rule is subject to a warning for the first offense and is

subject to discipline under the Student Conduct Code for any additional offensess.



Specific Authority 240.227(1), 240.261(2), 240.132(1), 240.264 FS.

Law Implemented 240.132, 240.227(5), (13), 240.264 FS.

History--New 5-28-92, Amended 6-24-99.









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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.0163 Finance and Administration; Chalking Policy

(1) Chalking is defined as the use of a water-soluble substance or substance washable

by rain that is for the purpose of writing or drawing on concrete/paved sidewalks.

(a) Chalking on campus is limited to recognized student organizations and University

of Florida departments, and is permitted ONLY on the paved South Terrance of the Reitz Union.

(b) Use of this area for chalking by student groups and University departments must

be scheduled through the Director of the Reitz Union or his or her designee.

(c) Chalking must be done in open portions on the paved South Terrace that can be

directly washed by rain.

(d) The substance used for chalking must be water-soluble and easily washable by

water or rain.

(e) Chalking is prohibited on walls, benches, glass, windows, doors, pilings,

columns, planters, painted surfaces, trees, traffic signs, light posts, emergency call phones,

fixtures, newsstands, ad dispensers, utility boxes, private property, and any other objects, except

the area designated above.

(f) Chalking must be clear and legible, must bear the name of the student

organization or department, and must provide current contact information.

(g) Chalking making reference to the use, sale, consumption or distribution of alcohol

or illegal drugs is prohibited.









(h) The Office of Student Activities will notify the students, student organizations,

and University departments responsible for improper chalking and shall provide the said party a

24-hour period to clean up any chalking in violation of this rule. Should the offending party not

remove the chalking within the 24-hour period, the party will be billed for all costs associated

with the clean-up of the chalk.

(i) The Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration will notify

persons and groups other than those listed above that are responsible for improper chalking and

will require that party to clean up the chalking done in violation of this rule within 24 hours.

Should the offending party not remove the chalk within the 24-hour period, that party will be

billed for all costs associated with the clean-up of the chalk.



Specific Authority 1001.74(4) FS.

Law Implemented 1001.74(6), (10), (19) FS.

History--New 6-3-03.









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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.0171 University of Florida; Use of University Facilities by Academic Professional

Organizations.

(1) Academic professional organizations or associations of a national or regional

character may be authorized to use University property, facilities, and other personal services of

the University under the following guidelines:

(a) The organization or association must have activities, missions, and standards

relevant to the teaching, research, or public service mission of the University.

(b) The activities of the organization or association must assist in strengthening the

teaching, research, or public service mission of the University.

(c) The organization or association must provide the University a reasonable

opportunity to achieve one or more of the following objectives:

1. Extend or improve its national or international image in the discipline so affected.

2. Increase its ability to improve its recruitment of faculty in the discipline or

disciplines so affected.

3. Increase its ability to recruit better undergraduate or graduate students in the

discipline or disciplines so affected.

4. Demonstrate its commitment to the land grant philosophy of the University.

5. Increase its ability to diversify its student body.









(2) The request to use University property, facilities or other personal services must be

submitted in writing to the dean or director responsible for the facility. The dean or director

must indicate in writing whether authorization is granted and any conditions pertaining thereto,

if any.



Specific Authority 240.227(1), 240.241(2) FS.

Law Implemented 240.227(1), (5), (13) FS.

History--New 11-13-90.









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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.018 No Smoking Policy.

(1) All University facilities, including, but not limited to, classrooms, offices, dining

facilities, student residential facilities, athletic facilities and any other facility leased to or

controlled by the University, wherever located, are designated no smoking facilities. The

President or designee may allow smoking in specific designated areas for clinical treatment

purposes, including smoking cessation programs or research-related purposes.

(2) The fifty feet (50') areas surrounding the outside of the University facilities located

on the University campus are hereby designated as no smoking areas, provided the President or

designee may allow smoking in specific designated areas.

(3) The President or designee may designate additional no smoking areas within the

fifty feet (50') surrounding the outside of any other University facility or other facility owned,

controlled or leased to the University, to the extent such fifty feet (50') is owned, leased to, or

otherwise controlled by the University. In making such designations, the President may consider

all relevant factors, including the following: the location of facility windows and heating,

ventilating and air conditioning intake vents, the availability of alternative smoking areas, the

volume of, and disruption to, pedestrian traffic caused by smoking in such areas, and prevailing

wind conditions.

(4) Enforcement of the above no smoking policy is the responsibility of the person in

charge of the facility in use.









Specific Authority: BOG Resolution dated January 7, 2003.

Law Implemented 1001.74(6), 386.204 FS. History--New 8-19-79, Formerly 6C1-2.18,

Amended 4-29-90, 11-13-90, 7-11-94, 5-20-02, 3-30-07.









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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.019 Alcoholic Beverages.

(1) The sale of alcoholic beverage on the University campus, which for the purposes of

this regulation includes all properties under the control of the University of Florida and all

fraternity and sorority houses, shall be permitted only under the conditions set forth in this

regulation.

(a) Functions at which alcoholic beverages are sold shall include any function at which

alcoholic beverages are served and for which an admission fee is charged, cups are sold, tickets

are sold, donations are collected by the individual or group or any of the members of the group

sponsoring the function, or cash or anything else of value is exchanged for alcoholic beverages.

(b) The sale of alcoholic beverages is permitted only in the following facilities: the

Orange and Brew in the J. Wayne Reitz Union (beer and wine only); other areas that are

designated for such use under the regulations set forth in the Reitz Union Policy Manual; the

University Golf Club; the Touchdown Terrace; the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing

Arts; the cafe at the Mary Ann Harn Cofrin Pavilion of the Harn Museum of Art; the Florida

Museum of Natural History; and areas designated for such use by the Vice President of

Development and Alumni Affairs in Emerson Alumni Hall. The Director of the J. Wayne Reitz

Union or the Director's designee shall set the days, hours, and conditions of sale for the Orange

and Brew and for other designated areas in the Union. The Athletics Director or the Director's

designee shall set the days, hours, and conditions of sale for the University Golf Club and the

Touchdown Terrace. The Director of the Curtis M. Phillips Center shall set the days, hours, and









conditions of sale for the Curtis M. Phillips Center. The Director of the Samuel P. Harn

Museum of Art shall set the days, hours, and conditions of sale for the Mary Ann Harn Cofrin

Pavilion. The Vice President of Development and Alumni Affairs shall set the days, hours, and

conditions of sale for Emerson Alumni Hall. The Director of the Florida Museum of Natural

History shall set the days, hours, and conditions of sale for the Florida Museum of Natural

History.

(c) The only alcoholic beverages that may be possessed or consumed in any facility

listed above are those alcoholic beverages purchased in that respective facility, and the

purchased alcoholic beverages must be consumed within that respective facility.

(d) Whenever the management of any facility listed above conducts a reduced-price

alcoholic beverages promotional event or allows for a period of time in which the prices of

alcoholic beverages are reduced there shall be comparable reductions in the prices of non-

alcoholic beverages during such event or period of time.

(e) The management of any facility listed above shall not sponsor drinking games or

any other activities which encourage the rapid and/or excessive consumption of alcoholic

beverages.

(f) The requisite permit for the sale of alcoholic beverages must be obtained from the

Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco of the State of Florida.

(2) The serving, consumption, and possession of alcoholic beverages shall be permitted

in the following areas of the University campus (which for purposes of this regulation includes

all properties under its control and all fraternity and sorority houses), except that in no event

shall alcoholic beverages be served, consumed, or possessed in any outdoor public area of

campus, classroom, laboratory, or office.









(a) Private rooms of individuals of legal drinking age residing in University housing

and in fraternity and sorority houses when such serving, consumption, or possession is not in

conjunction with a function held by a student group or other organization or group.

(b) Public meeting areas in University housing and in fraternity and sorority

houses, during a function held by a student groups) after registration of such function pursuant

to applicable residence hall or fraternity and sorority policies.

(c) Those areas of the J. Wayne Reitz Union that are designated for such use under the

regulations set out in the Reitz Union Policy Manual.

(d) The Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, the Baughman Center, and

the Friends of Music Room with the permission of, and under the conditions imposed by, the

Director of the Curtis M. Phillips Center.

(e) The Samuel P. Ham Museum of Art with the permission of and under the conditions

imposed by, the Director of the Samuel P. Har Museum of Art.

(f) The Florida Museum of Natural History with the permission of, and under the

conditions imposed by, the Director of the Florida Museum of Natural History.

(g) Emerson Alumni Hall and the University of Florida Foundation with the permission

of, and under the conditions imposed by, the Vice President of Development and Alumni Affairs.

(h) Keene Center, Bruton-Geer Hall, Founders Gallery at the J. Hillis Miller Health

Center, Rare Books and Special Collections in Smathers Library (East), TREEO Center, and

University Gallery, with the permission of, and under the conditions imposed by, the President

or Provost or the President's or Provost's designee.

(i) University Golf Club, Touchdown Terrace, the Gator Room, Ben Hill Griffin

Stadium boxes, Bull Gator Level, Press Box Lounge, Champion Club Lounge, Suites Level 6









and Suites on Level 7, and the University Women's Club with the permission of, and under the

conditions imposed by, the Athletics Director.

(j) Austin Cary Memorial Forest with the permission of, and under the conditions

imposed by, the Director of the School of Forest Resources and Conservation.

(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (1) and (2) of this regulation, the

President or President's designee is authorized to give written permission, under terms specified

with said permission, for the sale, service, consumption, or possession of alcoholic beverages at

other times and/or locations on the University of Florida campus, provided that in no event shall

alcoholic beverages be sold, served, consumed, or possessed in any outdoor public area of

campus, classroom, laboratory, or office. Permission shall not be granted for the sale, service,

consumption, or possession of alcoholic beverages at meetings, receptions, and other events held

during the University's normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and

shall be granted only in furtherance of University programs and in consonance with the

conditions of subsection (4) of this regulation. A current list of such permits can be obtained

from the Office of the President.

(4) Any person or group of persons holding a function at a location where consumption

of alcoholic beverages is permitted under the provisions of this regulation, shall abide by the

following regulations in conducting the function:

(a) The person or groups) holding the function shall establish precautionary measures

at the function to ensure that alcoholic beverages are not served to persons under the legal

drinking age, to persons who appear intoxicated, or to persons known to be addicted to

intoxicants.









(b) At the function, a person (or persons) over the legal drinking age must be designated

as the server(s). The server(s) shall not consume alcoholic beverages. All alcoholic beverages

to be served at the function must be located so that access to them can be had only through the

designated server(s).

(c) Nonalcoholic beverages must be available at the same place as the alcoholic

beverages and featured as prominently as the alcoholic beverages. A sufficient amount of non-

salty, non-"snack" food must also be available.

(d) The only alcoholic beverages that may be possessed or consumed at the function are

those alcoholic beverages served at the function, and the alcoholic beverages must be consumed

within the designated area in which the function is being held.

(e) Drinking contests or any other activities which encourage the rapid and/or excessive

consumption of alcoholic beverages shall not be permitted at the function.

(f) Alcoholic beverages may not be served or consumed at any social event held in

conjunction with fraternity rush or other organized drive to recruit students on campus.

(g) Alcoholic beverages, such as kegs or cases of beer, shall not be provided as free

awards, prizes, or rewards to an individuals) or groupss.

(h) Additional guidelines for the serving and consumption of alcoholic beverages may

be established by the person or group holding the function.

(i) Any event which will have student attendance also requires the approval of the Dean

of Students.

(j) The permission granting authority for any approved location will notify the

University Police Department of any function where alcoholic beverages are served. The

University Police Department will determine if a uniformed member of, or a substitute approved









by the Chief of Police of the University Police Department, must be present during the function.

In such cases, the University Police Department expense must be paid by the sponsoring group.

(k) All announcements) or advertisementss, including, but not limited to, flyer(s),

noticess, posterss, bannerss, tee-shirt(s), promotional items, and newspaper and radio

advertisementss, concerning the function shall note the availability of nonalcoholic beverages at

the function as prominently as the availability of alcoholic beverages and note that proper

identification is required in order to be served or sold alcoholic beverages, shall not make

reference to the amount of alcoholic beverages, as, for example, the number of kegs of beer,

available at the function, nor to any form of drinking contest, and shall not use images of kegs,

alcoholic beverage bottles or containers, or alcoholic beverage glasses. Such advertisements) or

announcements) should not portray the drinking of alcoholic beverages as a solution to personal

or academic problems or as necessary to social, sexual, personal or academic success.

(5) Any function sponsored by a student or a student group (or groups) at which

alcoholic beverages are sold or served may be held in those areas permitted under the provisions

of this regulation only after prior written approval is obtained for such function from the person

with authority over the area as set forth in subsections (1), (2), and (3) of this regulation

and the Dean of Students or the Dean's designee. Such approved function shall be subject to the

regulations set out in this subsection, subsections (1), (2), (3), and (4) of this regulation as well

as, if applicable, subsection (6) of this regulation. In addition, student organization functions

open to the public must have the appropriate program permit from the Office of Student

Activities. Permission is obtained through the Program Planning Form, Form OSA-1, Revised

2/02, incorporated herein by reference which can be obtained from the Office of Student

Activities Center, 300 J. Wayne Reitz Union, Gainesville, Florida. Functions open to the public









shall be defined as those functions to which the general public has been invited, through oral,

written, or printed announcementss, advertisementss, or invitationss.

(6) A person or groups) may sponsor an activity involving a commercial off-campus

distributor of alcoholic beverages (an entity manufacturing or selling alcoholic beverages at

wholesale) only under the following conditions:

(a) The group sponsoring the activity shall be responsible for all aspects of the activity,

including all publicity and advertising.

(b) Advertising and publicity must reflect sole sponsorship of the activity as being that

of the group. Any advertisements) or announcementss, including, but not limited to, flyer(s),

noticess, posterss, bannerss, tee-shirt(s), and radio and newspaper advertisementss,

concerning the event may reflect a commercial off-campus distributor's support, but must not

indicate or convey sponsorship by the distributor or by a specific brand of alcoholic beverages.

Such advertisements) or announcements) should not portray the drinking of alcoholic

beverages as a solution to personal or academic problems or as necessary to social, sexual,

personal or academic success.

(c) Promotion of certain brands of alcoholic beverages at the activity shall not be such

as to encourage any form of alcohol abuse nor place emphasis on quantity and frequency of use

of alcoholic beverages.

(d) Alcoholic beverages, such as kegs or cases of beer, shall not be provided as free

awards, prizes, or rewards to an individuals) or groupss.

(e) All elements of the activity sponsored are consistent with all provisions of this

regulation.









(f) Any exception to the policy set forth in this subsection must be specifically

approved by the President and must result from conflicting contractual provisions in University

contracts with third parties concerning entertainment and sports events.



Specific Authority: BOG Resolution dated January 7, 2003.

History--New 5-14-85, Formerly 6C1-2.19, Amended 7-11-94, 3-12-03, 6-3-03, 5-30-04,

3-14-08.









RULES OF

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.020 University of Florida; Food Service on Campus.

(1) In order to protect the health and welfare of University of Florida employees,

agents, servants, students and visitors, it is necessary to regulate the service of food to the public

on the University of Florida campus.

(2) The sanitary standard for all food service on the University of Florida campus shall

comply with the standard established by the Department of Health of the State of Florida

pursuant to the authority granted Department of Health by Chapter 381, Florida Statutes.

(3) The Department of Health performs sanitary inspections of food service on the

University of Florida campus in accordance with Department of Health Rules published in the

Florida Administrative Code, and Rules published by the University of Florida, to the extent that

the latter are not inconsistent with Department of Health Public Health Rules.

(4) Food, while being transported, stored, prepared, displayed, served or sold at a food

service establishment, as defined by Section 381.0072, Florida Statutes, shall be protected by

being covered, shielded or otherwise guarded from dust, flies, rodents and other vermin, toxic

materials, unclean equipment and utensils, unnecessary handling, coughs and sneezes, flooding

by sewage, overhead leakage and all other potential sources of contamination.









(5) All permanent food service areas on the University of Florida campus shall be

periodically inspected by, and obtain a permit from the Florida Department of Health prior to

serving food to the public.

(6) Individuals or organizations planning to serve food to the public on the University

of Florida campus on a temporary or periodic basis through other than the licensed food service

contractor must schedule their food service function through the Office of Student Activities at

the J. Wayne Reitz Union in the case of student groups and organizations or the Office of

Finance and Administration in the case of all other groups, organizations, or persons. Such

individuals or organizations must certify, on a form, which is incorporated herein by reference,

Form No. SAC-3/Rev. 7/00 and SAC-3a/Rev. 06/07/99, to be provided by the Office of Student

Activities or the Office of Finance and Administration, that they are in compliance with all

public health rules and regulations and shall acknowledge that they are subject to inspection by

the University of Florida and Florida Department of Health.



Specific Authority 240.227(1) FS.

Law Implemented 240.227(12), (13) FS.

History--New 2-9-87, Amended 7-27-98, 5-22-01.










RULES OF

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-2.021 University of Florida; Animals Not Allowed in Buildings.

Animals are not permitted in any building on campus except for seeing eye dogs, other

service related animals, other animals which are being used for academic purposes, or animals

permitted in University housing facilities pursuant to the Division of Housing's Rules and

Regulations, 2003-2004, or Full-time Live-in Professional Staff Pet Policy, December 2002,

incorporated herein by reference, which can be obtained from the Division of Housing, Museum

Road and Thirteenth Street, Post Office Box 112100, Gainesville, Florida 32611. This exclusion

shall not apply to animals being examined or treated at the College of Veterinary Medicine.



Specific Authority 1001.74(4) FS.

Law Implemented 1001.74(6), (10), (19) FS.

History--New 3-26-80, Formerly 6C1-3.41, Amended 4-30-95, Formerly 6C1-3.041,

Amended 6-3-03.




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