Community Use of Campus

Post Your Flyers at SCC!

Spread your message by posting flyers around campus! Visit the Welcome Desk in the atrium of the Administration Building or Student Activities in Room 102 of the College Center to obtain approval.

Reserve campus space

Take advantage of our beautiful campus and reserve space for your upcoming event or meeting.

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No direct sales or commercial solicitation is allowed on campus except during specially approved events. All users of facilities are required to comply with Board policies and applicable statutory regulations.

Post flyers on campus

Spread your message by posting fliers around campus.

Types of fliers allowed on campus:
  • General information – events, announcements, etc.
    • To be posted on General Info bulletin boards
  • Services for sale (excluding commercial sales) – text books, car, etc.
    • To be posted on Classified Advertising/Political Posting bulletin boards
  • Political
    • To be posted on Classified Advertising/Political Posting bulletin boards
  • Job postings or help wanted from licensed businesses
    • To be posted on the Jobs bulletin board and Job Opportunities Binder
Get your flyer stamped and approved at the Welcome Center:

Flyers must be stamped with approval and a removal date before you can post them on campus. Unapproved materials or materials posted in unapproved areas will be removed.

Visit the Welcome Desk in the atrium of the Administration Building or Student Activities in Room 102 of the College Center to obtain approval. To post job listings, visit Career Services in Room 1204 of the Administration Building. After regular college office hours, drop off items and your contact information at the Welcome Center for approval the following business day.

Flyers must be posted on designated bulletin boards: Campus posting map/Bulletin board locations. Flyers may be approved to hang for a 1-month maximum, except under special circumstances. If you post materials, you're responsible for removing them by the expiration date.

Restrictions on flyers posted:
  • No postings on exterior building surfaces are permitted.
  • No literature of any kind is to be placed on automobiles either on- or off-campus.
  • Only 1 of the same flyer per bulletin board is allowed.
  • No postings may cover up previously posted materials.
  • No promotion of alcohol or controlled substances.
  • No postings shall include demeaning, sexual or discriminatory portrayal of individuals or groups.

Partake in Expressive Activities

SCC endorses the principle of freedom of expression. However, such freedom is not absolute, and the rights of colleges and universities to regulate time, place and manner of such expressions are well established. The following guidelines honor your right to free expression while protecting against intrusion or interference with SCC academic programs and administrative processes.

All Entities must agree to the following guidelines. Failure to follow any of the rules and restrictions listed can result in loss of privileges to engage in Expressive Activities on SCC property in the future.

An "Entity" is any individual or organization not affiliated with either SCC or with a registered SCC student organization.

"Expressive Activities" include non-commercial activities, including all forms of peaceful assembly, protests, speeches, distribution of literature, carrying signs and circulating petitions.

Rules and Restrictions:

  • Entities may engage in Expressive Activities from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Fridays.
  • Expressive Activities are permitted in the outdoor spaces of SCC, subject to the time and manner restrictions contained in these guidelines.

    Manner in which Expressive Activities are allowed:

    1. No one may engage in any activity that violates local ordinances, or state or federal laws.
    2. No one may engage in any activity that endangers personal safety and/or that results in damage to personal or SCC property.
    3. No one may display or distribute obscene materials, as defined by local, state or federal law, or is within the definition of obscenity as set forth in the decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court.
    4. No one may engage in any activity that defames any other person.
    5. No one may engage in any activity that is meant to incite or produce imminent violations of law under circumstances such that the activity is likely to actually and imminently incite or produce violations of law.
    6. No one may engage in any activity that substantially and materially disrupt the functioning of SCC, including the disruption of class work (including out of class studying), or the substantial invasion of the rights of others.
    7. No one may engage in any activity that disrupts or impedes the flow of traffic (vehicular or pedestrian) on campus, or obstruct access to or from campus buildings or any official SCC function.
    8. No one may attempt or threaten to strike, shove, kick or otherwise subject a person to unwanted physical contact.
    9. No one may follow a person in or about the SCC campus in an effort to cause such person to accept material when such person has rejected the receipt of such material or otherwise clearly indicated a refusal to accept such material.
    10. No one may persist in requesting or demanding the attention of any other person during a single encounter after such person has rejected the receipt of such material or otherwise clearly indicated a refusal to accept such material.
    11. No one may fail to identify oneself to, or comply with the lawful direction of, a clearly identified SCC official or any other public official acting in the performance of their duties while on SCC property, or resist or obstruct such SCC or other public officials in the performance of or the attempt to perform their lawful duties.
    12. No one may use any means of amplification.