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Regulations for Use of Marshall University Facilities

Campus organizations are expected to use University property responsibly.  Officers and advisor of the sponsoring organization are responsible for enforcement of all rules and regulations of Marshall University and the Marshall University Board of Governors as outlined in the Marshall University Student Handbook and/or the Greenbook.

An inspection of the premises by Public Safety personnel prior to and immediately following an event may be requested.  Officers and advisors of the sponsoring organization are encouraged to request this inspection and accompany Public Safety personnel.  Any damage or violation of policy noted will be reported to the Manager of Facilities Scheduling by Public Safety.  A complaint stating the violation, damages, estimated cost of repair, etc., will be filed with the Director of Judicial Affairs seeking payment for damages and loss of privilege to schedule facilities or other penalties deemed appropriate by the Director of Judicial Affairs.

Neither Marshall University nor the Marshall University Board of Governors shall be responsible for any loss or damage to equipment or property.  Any equipment of the user remaining on the premises for more than ten (10) days shall be considered abandoned and may be disposed of by the Manager of Facilities Scheduling as he/she deems fit.

No signs are to be posted on niversity premises without prior written approval of the Manager of Facilities Scheduling.  Materials such as nails, hooks, adhesive fasteners, tacks, or screws are prohibited.  The Manager of Facilities Scheduling has the right to refuse permission to use any materials, devices, or procedures which might cause injury or bodily harm.

Use of lighted tobacco is not permitted in any University building.  Alcoholic beverages/illegal substances are strictly forbidden.

No parties using Marshall University facilities shall discriminate against any citizen of the United States or any person within the jurisdiction thereof, on the grounds of race, color, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, sex, or handicap.

Organizations sponsoring dances or events with an estimated attendance of one hundred (100) are required to hire a minimum of two (2) Marshall University Police officers.  (Exceptions to this policy may be granted if the organization's advisor or approved designee will be in attendance.  One officer and the advisor/designee will be required in lieu of two officers.

Officers are to be paid by the organization.  Arrangements for officers will be confirmed by the Director of Public Safety, Welcome Center Building, 304-696-4357.

Failure to comply with this policy will result in immediate cancellation of the event and action through the Director of Judicial Affairs.

Computer Laboratories on the Marshall University campus are not available for use by off-campus groups or individuals.  Computer Laboratories are for academic use, institutional use and staff development training for faculty and staff.  Marshall University conference groups may reserve these facilities as long as it is not indirect conflict with regular programs offered by the institution and are specifically intended to support the overall mission and purpose of the conference program.

Do you need additional information?  Call (304)696-3125 for facilities info.

University Policy Prohibits Smoking In Any Building.

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