- Board Policies and Procedures
- SECTION G: Community and Governmental Relations
- SECTION GEA.1
SECTION G | COMMUNITY AND GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
- SECTION GA | Public Relations / Open Records
- SECTION GB | Public Complaints and Hearings
- SECTION GC | Relations with Business and Community Organizations
- SECTION GD | Advertising and Fundraising
- SECTION GE | Community Use of College District Facilities
- SECTION GF | Emergency Management
- SECTION GG | Access to Programs, Services, and Activities
- SECTION GH | Tobacco Free Policy
- SECTION GI | Animals on Campus
- SECTION GJ | Campus Carry
COMMUNITY AND GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
COMMUNITY USE OF COLLEGE DISTRICT FACILITIES
CONDUCT ON COLLEGE DISTRICT PREMISES
CONDUCT ON COLLEGE DISTRICT FACILITIES
All persons must conduct themselves on College premises, or while engaging in College-sponsored activities, in a manner consistent with:
All local, state, and federal laws, and all rules, regulations, and policies of the Board of Trustees and administrative officials of the College.
The lawful exercise of the rights and freedoms of others. Accordingly, the following are strictly prohibited:
a. Disrupting or obstructing, or attempting to disrupt or obstruct, any lawful activity of the College, or violating H.B. 141, as enacted by the 61st Texas Legislature.
b. Interfering with or attempting to interfere with the lawful exercise of freedom of speech, freedom of movement, freedom of peaceable assembly, or other rights of individuals or groups.
c. Illegally possessing, using, selling, or being under the influence of dangerous drugs or narcotics.
d. Possessing, using, selling, or being under the influence of alcoholic beverages, unless the employee is attending an authorized College or Foundation event that has been approved by the District President.
e. Possessing or using firearms, weapons, or explosives, unless authorized by the College. Individuals who are licensed to carry may do so on campus premises except in locations and at activities prohibited by law or by this policy and procedures thereof.
f. Advocating the overthrow of any legally constituted governmental body or system by force or violence, or advocating violation of any local, state, or federal law, or any rule, regulation, or policy of the Board of Trustees and administrative officials of the College.
g. Engaging in any obscene, profane, reckless, tumultuous, destructive, or unlawful course of conduct.
h. Refusing or failing to comply with a lawful order of any College or public official acting in the performance of his duties in the administration and enforcement of these policies.
Updated: August 11, 2020