Speech and Expression in Outdoor Areas

It is the policy of NACC and the Alabama Community College System (ACCS Board of Trustees Policy 224.01) that members of the Campus Community are permitted to engage in expressive activities in outdoor areas of College property with general access during regular hours of College operation. Expressive activities are defined as those activities protected under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I, Section 4 of the Alabama Constitution, including any lawful verbal, written, or electronic communication of ideas; lawful forms of peaceful assembly, protests, and speeches; distributing literature; carrying signs; and circulating petitions. For purposes of this policy, the Campus Community includes students, administrators, faculty, and staff, as well as the invited guests of the College and the College’s recognized student organizations (including organizations seeking recognition), administrators, faculty, and staff.


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