Campus Regulations - University of California, Santa Barbara

CHAPTER III

Campus Activities



  1. Speech and Advocacy

      
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    1. General Provisions

      1. On University grounds generally open to the public, all persons may exercise the constitutionally protected rights of free expression, speech, assembly, worship and distribution of literature incidental to the exercise of these freedoms; however, these activities must not interfere with the orderly operation of the campus and must be conducted in accordance with the campus time, place and manner regulations. (See Appendix D for non-affiliate rules.)
      2. It is the responsibility of the Chancellor to provide opportunities for the expression of a variety of viewpoints.
        1. Persons on University property or attending an official University function assume an obligation to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the University’s function as an educational institution.
        2. University officials may intervene should any person or group of persons interfere with the rights of invited speakers to express their ideas and to have them heard in accordance with the program format established by the sponsoring organization.
        3. Persons who have concerns with policies governing speech and advocacy should present their point of view to the Office of Student Life. This Office will review the case and make a recommendation to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs for resolution.
      3. These policies and campus regulations in no way constitute prohibition of the right by any individual in the University community to hold or express political views. The University recognizes, supports and shall not abridge the constitutional rights of faculty, staff, or students to participate in the political process of supporting candidates for public office or any other political activity. If such support of candidates or issues is extended, the individual(s) must clearly indicate that the disclosure of any title or affiliation with a group is used for identification purposes only and not to represent the University or any of its offices or units..
    2. Time, Places, and Manner Regulations

      The time, place, and manner of exercising speech and advocacy on the campus are subject to the following regulations that provide for non-interference with University functions and reasonable protection to persons from practices that would make them involuntary audiences:
      1. Grounds Open to the Public Generally

        For the purpose of these regulations, “grounds open to the public generally” are defined as the outdoor areas of the campus (lawns, patios, plazas) that are adjacent to campus buildings and parking lots.
        1. In the event that the architecture of a building includes entrances with stairs or landings, no distribution may take place on the stairs or landings. (This restriction applies to both landings in front of the main entrance to the Library.)
        2. All activity in these areas must be conducted in such a way that traffic is not impeded and the normal activities in classrooms and offices are not disrupted.
        3. Tables or moveable stands may not be placed in areas where passages to any entrance or walkways are blocked, where the free flow of pedestrian traffic is restricted, or where emergency fire lanes are blocked.
        4. In order to facilitate ingress and egress, all activity must be conducted 25 feet or more from any entrance/exit, parking lot, staircase, landing or roadway.
        5. Fixed tables in the area in front of the University Center are accessed on a first-come, first-served basis.
        6. Groups using moveable tables or stands at any location on the campus must have the prior approval of the Office of Student Life and comply with number 3 above.
        7. No flyers, announcements or literature of any kind may be placed on automobiles (e.g., under the windshield wipers) on University property.
        8. Organizations/persons are prohibited from leaving flyers, announcements or literature of any kind unattended on campus grounds or in classrooms. That is, literature may be handed to interested persons or posted appropriately in designated areas for their information, but it may not simply be left for others to pick up. (See Appendix D for non-affiliate rules.)
          1. Any person or organization wishing to regularly distribute publications must notify the Office of Student Life regarding distribution and litter control plans.
          2. All publications distributed within or in front of the on-campus residence halls and dining commons must be approved by the Residence Hall Association or its designee.
        9. Flyers, announcements or literature of registered campus organizations may be distributed through departmental mail boxes as long as the method of distribution is in keeping with departmental policy or applicable University policies. All inquiries regarding the appropriateness of distribution will be referred to the department chairperson or manager for resolution
      2. Involuntary Audiences

        Persons on University property have the right to be protected from becoming part of an audience for an event or activity against their will.
      3. Established Free Speech Areas and Outdoor Gatherings

        Sound amplification equipment may not be used at any outdoor location without the written approval of the Office of Student Life except in those areas listed below. These areas are generally open to the public, however, and as such may be used for speech and advocacy without amplification.

        Use of these areas by non-University persons may not involve the use of amplified sound, and scheduled events by registered groups and University departments will have priority.

        If complaints are received indicating that the amplification sound level is interfering with the operations of the campus, the responsible person(s) will be asked to lower the volume. If additional complaints occur, the person(s) in charge of the amplification equipment will be asked to turn off the sound completely. Persons refusing to comply with these time, place and manner regulations relating to the exercise of speech and advocacy shall be subject to University discipline and to law enforcement measures as appropriate.

        Music regulated by these policies includes amplified music, whether live or recorded, and certain non-amplified musical instruments including, but not limited to, brass, drums, and other percussion instruments. Reference to amplified music includes all of these kinds of music and musical instruments.



        To schedule areas 1-7, see Chapter IV, A.4.

        Area 1: University Center Lawn/Friendship Court
        The lawn area between the University Center and the lagoon and the Friendship Court area adjacent to the Corwin Pavilion. The amplification of music shall be restricted to the hours between noon and 1 p.m. (M-F), while voice amplification may occur between 9 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. (M-F).

        Requests for extension of hours (as well as approval for weekend use) must be submitted in writing at least four days in advance to the Office of Student Life. The sound volume will be regulated by the sponsoring organization to avoid disturbing those in the surrounding area.


        Area 2: Faculty Club Green
        The lawn area between the Faculty Club and the lagoon. Voice amplification will be allowed between the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. (M-F). If amplification of music is to be provided in conjunction with a program, the musical portion of the program will be limited to the hour of noon to 1 p.m. (M-F).

        Requests for extension of hours (as well as approval for weekend use) must be submitted in writing at least ten days in advance to the Office of Student Life. The sound volume will be regulated by the sponsoring organization to avoid disturbing those in the surrounding area.


        Area 3: Storke Plaza
        The use of sound amplification in Storke Plaza will be permitted within the following guidelines:

        Mid-Day Speakers: Mid-Day Speakers: Voice amplification for events having speakers will be allowed only between the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. (M-F).
        Mid-Day Music: If amplification of music is to be provided in conjunction with a program, the musical portion of the program will be limited to the hour of noon to 1 p.m. (M-F). There shall be no more than two days per week scheduled for amplified music events. These events shall be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis by the Campus Scheduling Office in the Office of Student Life.

        Requests for extension of hours (as well as approval for weekend use) must be submitted in writing at least four days in advance to the Office of Student Life. The sound volume will be regulated by the sponsoring organization to avoid disturbing those in the surrounding area. Sound levels may not exceed ninety decibels at any time during the performance. Violation of the ninety decibels level can result in loss of Storke Plaza scheduling privileges for up to one academic year. Monitoring of the sound levels will be conducted by the Office of Student Life.

        The sound volume will be regulated by the sponsoring organization to avoid disturbing those in the surrounding area. Sound levels may not exceed 90 decibels at any time during the performance. Violation of the 90 decibels level can result in loss of Student Affairs/Administrative Service building Courtyard scheduling privileges for up to one academic year. Monitoring of the sound levels will be conducted by the Office of Student Life.


        Area 4: Student Affairs /Administrative Services Building Courtyard The area between Campbell Hall and Cheadle Hall. All voice amplification of speakers is restricted to the hours between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. (M-F); music amplification is allowed no more than two times per week from noon to 1 p.m. These dates will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis with the Campus Scheduling Office in the Office of Student Life.

        The sound volume will be regulated by the sponsoring organization to avoid disturbing those in the surrounding area. Sound levels may not exceed 90 decibels at any time during the performance. Violation of the 90 decibels level can result in loss of Student Affairs/Administrative Service building Courtyard scheduling privileges for up to one academic year. Monitoring of the sound levels will be conducted by the Office of Student Life.


        Area 5: Campbell Hall Plaza The area between Campbell Hall and Cheadle Hall. All voice amplification of speakers is restricted to the hours between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. (M-F); music amplification is allowed no more than two times per week from noon to 1 p.m. These dates will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis with the Campus Scheduling Office in the Office of Student Life.

        Requests for extension of hours (as well as approval for weekend use) must be submitted in writing at least four days in advance to the Office of Student Life.

        The sound volume will be regulated by the sponsoring organization to avoid disturbing those in the surrounding area. Sound levels may not exceed 90 decibels at any time during the performance. Violation of the 90 decibels level can result in loss of Student Affairs/Campbell Hall Plaza scheduling privileges for up to one academic year. Monitoring of the sound levels will be conducted by the Office of Student Life.


        Area 6: Arbor Mall The area between the Arbor and the Girvetz Hall breezeway. This area is available for speech and advocacy activities with one restriction: there is to be NO sound amplification in this area at any time.


        Area 7: Campus Green. The area between the Physical Sciences and Broida Hall. The use of sound amplification in the Campus Green will be permitted within the following guidelines:

        Mid-Day Speakers: Voice amplification for events having speakers will be allowed only between the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. (M-F).

        Mid-Day Music: If amplification of music is to be provided in conjunction with a program, the musical portion of the program will be limited to the hour of noon to 1 p.m. (M-F). There shall be no more than two days per week scheduled for amplified music events. These events shall be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis by the Campus Scheduling Office in the Office of Student Life

        Requests for extension of hours (as well as approval for weekend use) must be submitted in writing at least 4 days in advance to the Office of Student Life. The sound volume will be regulated by the sponsoring organization to avoid disturbing those in the surrounding area. Sound levels may not exceed ninety decibels at any time during the performance. Violation of the ninety decibels level can result in loss of Campus Green scheduling privileges for up to one academic year. Monitoring of the sound levels will be conducted by the Office of Student Life.

  2. Posting Regulations:

      
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    These regulations permit University students, faculty, staff, registered campus organizations and University units to post and exhibit non-commercial materials at locations designated in these regulations for that purpose. Posting that may damage any University property is prohibited. Except as provided in Chapter III.B.2.b), non-University organizations or persons are not permitted to post on campus.

    These regulations apply to individual members of the campus community as well as registered campus organizations. Fines are also applicable to violations occurring during election campaigns.

    All materials shall clearly indicate the name of the sponsoring campus organization(s) or individual(s). (Abbreviations of organizational names to be used in publicity must be specified at the time of organizational registration.)



    1. Acceptable Materials

      1. Announcements of campus activities, special events and fund-raising activities sponsored by campus organizations, departments, recognized campus units, and affiliated organizations.
      2. Notices regarding the occasional/incidental sale of personal property belonging to students and employees of the University and those offering educationally-related services or information of interest to UCSB students, faculty and staff.
      3. Associated Students and Graduate Students Association campaign literature. All posting of these materials must comply with these regulations. Additional regulations governing election posting may be found in the Associated Students by-laws.
    2. Restricted Materials

      1. Commercial advertisements, posters and literature, political campaign literature, flyers and posters not sponsored by registered campus organizations, and publicity for services that are not conducive to the educational purposes of the University (e.g., term paper services) are not acceptable for posting.
      2. Advertisements, posters, and literature related to events/services/goods of off-campus persons or organizations must be approved by the Office of Student Life prior to posting.
        1. The only area approved for the posting of non-sponsored literature is the bus loop kiosk by North Hall. Because of space limitations, only one poster per event is permitted.
        2. Any groups wishing to have the privilege of posting elsewhere on campus may contact the Office of Student Life for a list of potential campus organization sponsors; those sponsors must be clearly delineated on any posted material.
    3. Posting Areas: Posters and Announcements

      1. Kiosks
        1. The kiosks in front of Campbell Hall, Snidecor Hall, and the Music Building are maintained and managed by Arts & Lectures, Dramatic Arts Department, and Music Department, respectively.
        2. All other kiosks are maintained by the Office of Student Life posting service. Since space is limited, only one poster per event on each kiosk is permitted. Flyers should be limited to 8 1/2 X 11 inches; space permitting, posters will be accepted up to 11 X 17 inches.
        3. Temporary kiosks may be placed on campus for a maximum of one quarter. A written proposal outlining purpose, location (maximum of two per organization), and construction material must be presented to the Office of Student Life prior to placement of the kiosk. Kiosks may not be attached to any campus tree, light post, or other structure. They must be removed at the end of each quarter and approval for the following quarter requested from the Office of Student Life. Failure to remove may result in loss of privilege.
      2. University Bulletin Boards

        All bulletin boards (including those in classrooms) designated as “general purpose” are for use by campus organizations, students, faculty and staff. Notices may be posted on boards outside of the classrooms and in the Graduate Tower area of South Hall. The following Fire Marshal restrictions apply: only a single layer of paper, and only one notice per event/item is permitted on each board, and no posting within one foot in any direction from another notice. No commercial flyer, literature, or advertisement may be posted.

      3. Departmental Bulletin Boards

        Departmental offices control the use of bulletin boards located within departmental areas. Permission must be obtained from the department before any non-departmental-sponsored material is posted.

      4. Residence Halls

        All distribution and posting in the residence halls and dining commons are controlled by the Residence Halls Association; posting in these areas must be approved by the Residence Halls Association or its designated agent(s).

      5. Classroom Chalkboard Posting and Announcements

        Written announcements of upcoming events on chalkboards in the Buchanan Complex (because of the rear projection screens), or any other instructional facility that has limited chalkboard space, is prohibited. Academic uses of chalkboards will always take precedence over other uses.

    4. Posting Areas: Banners

      1. Banners (no more than eight feet in length and four feet in width) may be posted on Storke Plaza railings and the bike tunnels on Pardall Road and near Student Health Service and Rob Gym.
      2. Banners are prohibited from all other areas, especially bike path rails and fences.
      3. Only one banner per event per area is allowed.
      4. Staked banners/signs may be placed in ground cover (preferably) or lawn areas for a maximum of two weeks. The signs cannot be closer than five feet on either side of bike paths and may not be placed in roundabouts.
    5. Removal of Poster Material

      1. All material referring to a specific event or deadline is to be removed within 48 hours after the event/deadline by the sponsoring organization.
      2. All material not referring to a specific event or deadline is to be removed by the end of the quarter.
    6. Posting Violations

      1. Posting in or on campus buildings, sidewalks, trees, bike path railings, windows, traffic signs, fixed poles, lamp poles and all other areas not suitable for staples or tape and not specifically identified in these regulations is prohibited.
      2. Writing, posting or taping directly on sidewalks, paths or on the exterior or interior surfaces of buildings or walls with any material, including chalk, is a violation of these regulations.
      3. Posting on top of or removing announcements that are current is a violation of these regulations.
      4. Placing flyers, announcements or literature of any kind on automobiles (e.g., under the windshield wipers) on University property is prohibited.
    7. Disposition of Reported Posting Violations

      1. Reporting Violations

        Any member of the campus community may register a written complaint or concern with the Office of Student Life regarding alleged posting violations and potential clean-up costs.

      2. Investigating Charges and Recommending Sanctions
        1. Once a written complaint is filed, the Office of Student Life will contact the alleged violators, inform them of the charges, and ask them for their explanation of the situation.
        2. After reviewing all circumstances surrounding the allegation, the Office of Student Life will have the authority to impose sanctions.
      3. Sanctions for Posting Violations
        1. Fund-Raising Event

          First Offenses:

          1. Forfeiture of the $50.00 publicity bond or the actual cost of clean-up, whichever is greater as stated on the Office of Student Life event planning guide.

          Repeat Offenses*:

          1. Forfeiture of the publicity bond encumbered for the event or the actual cost of clean-up, whichever is greater.
          2. Imposition of a fine of up to 40% of the gross receipts of the fund-raiser in question.
          3. Loss of any or all of the organizational privileges.

        2. Non-Fund-Raising Events

          First Offenses:

          1. Written warning
          2. Imposition of a fine up to $20.00.

          Repeat Offenses*:

          1. A minimum fine of $50.00 or the actual cost of clean-up, whichever is greater.
          2. Loss of any or all organizational privileges.
          3. For posting violations committed by commercial organizations or groups, a $10.00 fine per flyer/advertisement will be imposed.
        3. *Definition of A Repeat Offense: A person or organization receiving a second notification within the current fiscal year of violating these posting regulations.
  3. Fund-Raising, Benefits and Donations

      
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    1. General Provisions

      1. University facilities are not to be used for commercial activities or for personal gain. (See General Definitions, Number 9 and Number 10.)
      2. The following University services and programs are exempt from the commercial activity restriction: University Center Bookstore; Campus Food Services; Recreation Department and University Extension programs and classes; University Residence Hall/Dining facilities; Associated Students/Graduate Students Association programs and services; University Parking Services; Early Childhood Care and Education Services, and others as enumerated in the Policy on Fund Raising, which can be found at http://ucsbuxa.ucsb.edu/policies/inst-advncmt/3005_fundraising.html
        1. “Vendor Row”: Control over the vendor spaces adjacent to Storke Plaza shall be under the jurisdiction of the University Center Governance Board. After covering administrative overhead costs directly related to vendor row operations, monies generated shall be available for cultural and educational programming by campus organizations on the UCSB campus. More specific guidelines are available from the University Center Governance Board.
        2. Credit card vendors are limited to the vendor spaces noted in (1) above and are required to abide by UCOP and UCSB guidelines regulating the on-campus marketing of credit cards to students. Refer to the University of California Policy and Supplemental Guidelines on the On-campus Marketing of Credit Cards to Students, which is available on the Web at http://www.ucop.edu/ucophome/coordrev/ucpolicies/aos/ucappd.html.

          University Center guidelines are available at the University Center Administration Office, UCen.

    2. Fund-Raising

      Registered campus organizations and student governments may use University facilities to raise funds on campus when they are in compliance with the following definitions and regulations:
      1. All fund-raising events must be approved by the Office of Student Life (in the case of the Graduate Students Association and registered campus organizations) or by the Executive Director, Associated Students (in the case of Associated Students programs). Residence Halls Association events held in housing facilities require only Director of Housing or designee approval.
      2. The funds raised using campus facilities may not be used for any illegal purposes and must be consistent with the stated purposes of the sponsoring organizations.
      3. When a University facility or grounds is used for an event, the sponsoring organization shall pay and/or encumber beforehand all pre-established program costs (e.g., facility use, production costs, equipment rental fees).
      4. All sales activities must obtain a permit from the Office of Student Life.
      5. Organizations using University facilities to raise funds must be financially accountable and operate within the following guidelines:
        1. All funds raised must be deposited in an on-campus Office of Student Life, Associated Students or Residence Halls Association trustee account and may be withdrawn in accordance with the original fund-raising purpose only after all the bills incurred during the event have been paid.
        2. All contracts entered into with off-campus entertainment groups or agencies must be reviewed by an Office of Student Life advisor to assure that the facility is adequate and that the University is in no way obligated under the contract. Once reviewed, the contracts will be signed by one or more official representatives of the organization. Contracts for the Associated Students need only to be signed by the Executive Director, Associated Students. Contracts for Residence Halls Association events held in Housing facilities need only be signed by the Director of Housing or designee.
        3. All ticket sales must be coordinated through the Office of Student Life, or for Associated Students sponsored events, through the Associated Students Ticket Office.
        4. The University reserves the right to investigate financial records of a campus organization that has been allowed to raise funds on campus to determine if the funds are being used for the purpose for which they were raised.
        5. In the event that a fund-raiser loses money, the sponsoring organization remains liable for covering all costs incurred by the activity.
      6. Food Sales

        Food sales permitted on University properties must comply with the following stipulations:

        1. No food sales may be conducted in front of the Library or set up adjacent to any building entrance in such a way as to impede free access into the building.
        2. No commercial food vendor sales are permitted.
        3. Low-risk foods are defined as non-perishable, low-water-activity foods not requiring refrigeration. Items must be individually wrapped or pre-packaged; ice may be used to store drinks but no ice may be dispensed to customers. A selling permit is required from the Office of Student Life and must be displayed on the seller’s table at all times. Groups operating without an approved selling permit will be closed down by a representative of the Office of Student Life or Environmental Health & Safety. See the Office of Student Life for further details on approved food items. Only low-risk foods may be given away as part of a promotional event.
        4. Non-low-risk food sales are allowed to take place only at the MultiCultural Center and the Student Resource Building on a limited basis. Campus organizations may not sell non-low-risk foods more than three times within a ninety-day period. Campus organizations must submit a detailed description of foods, food preparation and service to the Office of Student Life for approval at least two weeks in advance of the event. A Student Life staff member will supervise the preparation and serving of food.

          All food preparation must occur in either the MultiCultural Center or Student Resource Center kitchen (no home preparation allowed) and be served in the MultiCultural Center (though food is not required to be consumed inside the Center) or the Student Resource Building (though food is not required to be consumed inside the building).

          Requests to schedule the MultiCultural Center kitchen and lounge must be submitted to the MultiCultural Center. A cleaning deposit will be required. Requests to schedule the Student Resource Building kitchen must be submitted to the Student Resource Building.

        5. Prior to the event, barbecues sponsored by registered campus organizations require permitting by the Office of Student Life and the UCSB Fire Marshal or his/her designee. Departments wishing to sponsor a barbecue are required to contact the UCSB Fire Marshal and his/her designee.
        6. A campus-wide food sales event is defined as one at which ten or more campus organizations prepare and serve non-low-risk foods. Two such events are allowed each year. Exceptions may be granted under special circumstances. Pre-approval for the event must be obtained from Environmental Health & Safety six weeks in advance with individual campus organizations’ food plans submitted at least two weeks in advance. Training on food preparation and service is required and will be provided by Environmental Health & Safety or University Center Dining Services.

        7. Food that is served free of charge at potlucks, parties or meetings where the event is not open to the general public does not need a selling permit or prior approval. A potluck is a gathering of people for a meal where the participants are expected to bring food ready to be shared among everyone at the gathering.
        8. Campus organizations may request to sell food on campus that is prepared by a non-campus vendor. There are eight steps for obtaining approval for use of a non-campus vendor. These are:
          1. Select a licensed caterer. The caterer must have an appropriate county food license.
          2. The campus organization must obtain approval from the Director of the University Center’s Dining Services to make use of a proposed licensed caterer.
          3. The campus organization must ensure that the licensed caterer has adequate insurance. Guidelines for the required insurance types and amounts are listed on UCSB Risk Management’s website located at: http://www.riskmanagement.ucsb.edu.
          4. The campus organization must ensure that Risk Management’s “Request for Proof of Insurance From A Caterer” is filed with the Risk Management Office in Business Services. This form can be located at: http://www.riskmanagement.ucsb.edu. The campus organization must return the completed “Request for Proof of Insurance From A Caterer” to the Risk Management Office in Business Services at least two days in advance of the event.
          5. The campus organization must complete a food application permit form located at the Office of Student Life at least ten days prior to the event
          6. The campus organization must obtain approval from the Office of Student Life’s Activities Advisor at least seven days prior to the event.
          7. The campus organization must display the permit when selling food.
          8. The campus organization shall have monies in their Office of Student Life trustee account sufficient to cover all catering expenses. All expenses for the caterer must be paid from this account.

            Additional campus food guidelines may be found on the Web at http://www.policy.ucsb.edu/policies/policy-docs/food.pdf

    3. Benefits and Donations

      Registered campus organizations may sponsor non-commercial activities, sales, and performances for the benefit of persons or off-campus organizations as long as the personal gain restriction (see General Definition Number 10) is not violated and the campus organization agrees to comply with the following stipulations:
      1. The registered campus organization must vote to sponsor the benefit at a publicized organizational meeting.
      2. Any contract between the on- and off-campus person or organization must specify the financial terms agreed to by both parties, and the contract must be reviewed by an Office of Student Life advisor or signed by the Executive Director, Associated Students (for Associated Students-sponsored programs only). Contracts for Residence Halls Associations events held in Housing facilities must be signed by the Director of Housing or designee only.
        1. All Internal Revenue Service guidelines regarding benefits and donations must be followed.
      3. The publicity for the event must include the following information:
        1. The name of the sponsoring campus organization(s).
        2. The name of the benefiting off-campus organization(s) or individual.
        3. The intended specific uses of funds collected at the event.
        4. A specific disclaimer of University sponsorship or endorsement.
        5. The amount of donation or percentage of net profit going to benefiting organizations.
      4. All funds collected must be deposited in the organization’s on-campus Office of Student Life trustee account. Benefit income may be disbursed only from the account after all bills for the event expenses have been paid. All disbursements must be consistent with the original stated purpose of the event and in compliance with contractual agreements, including the amount of donation or percentage of net profit.
      5. Facility use fees related to benefit activities will be assessed as follows:
        1. Events sponsored by registered campus organizations that are intended to benefit bona fide charitable organizations shall bear those facility use fees normally assessed for campus organization events (i.e., direct costs).
        2. Facility use costs assessed to campus organizations sponsoring benefits for persons or groups not identified as bona fide charitable organizations will be determined in the following manner:
          1. If the registered campus organization retains 50% or more of the net profit from the event, it will be charged only those facility use fees normally assessed for campus organization events (i.e., direct costs).
          2. If the registered campus organization retains less than 50% of the net profit from the event, it will be charged the same facility use rate assessed off-campus users.
  4. Serving Alcohol at a Campus Event

      
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    The use of alcohol on University property and at University-sanctioned events must be in compliance with California law. More specific campus guidelines related to the use of alcohol and other drugs may be found in the UCSB campus policy entitled Substance Abuse Policy and Implementing Guidelines on the Web at http://www.policy.ucsb.edu/policies/policy-docs/substance-abuse.pdf. Specific implementing guidelines with information on serving and advertising alcohol may be found at the above site on pages 7 through 14. (See Appendix B for these guidelines.)

    1. Campus organizations shall not use funds raised through University-sanctioned events for the purchase or distribution of alcohol.
    2. The University cannot expend state funds on alcohol.
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