the Cerf Center Policies
Promotion and Decoration restrictions
In order to provide a clean and attractive environment in the Cerf College Center and to protect the facility and its furnishings for use by others, the following promotions and decorations policy has been established.
Bulletin Boards, Posters, and Flyers
Several bulletin boards throughout the Cerf Center are designed for the use of the Campus Community. Posting of flyers, posters, or miscellaneous notices on windows, doorways, or walls in the Center is not allowed. No poster or flyer can be displayed that promotes profanity, discrimination, alcohol or drug abuse, or illegal activities. The bulletin boards in the Center are designated as follows.
Campus Pride Board: Located in The Burgoo and maintained by the student organization P.R.I.D.E. It includes a dry erasure board; for sale, wanted and misc. cards; and space for promotion of campus or campus related activities. The cards should not remain posted for over three weeks.
Special Events Board: Located in the Burgoo and is available for posting flyers and posters for campus or campus related events. Posters or flyers should not remain on the board for over three weeks.
Special Use Board: Located throughout the Cerf Center. They are identified as follows along with the corresponding responsible person.
Intramurals -- Intramural Director
Career Planning & Placement -- Director of Career Planning & Placement
Internships -- Director of Career Planning & Placement
Academic Information -- Secretary to Dean of the College
Mail room -- Director of Secretarial Services
Alumni/Development -- Director or Assistant Director of Development
Free Board: Located in the Burgoo. It allows members of the Campus Community to post information.
Campus Events Board: Located in the Moser Lobby outside the Cerf Center Office. It is available for posting flyers and posters for campus and campus related events. Posters and flyers for posting on the board should be left with the Cerf Center Secretary. Portions of the Campus Events Board may be reserved by campus groups for displays. This space is reserved through the Cerf Center Secretary.
Table tents can be utilized by campus organizations and departments to promote events or programs. The following guidelines are followed to insure fair use of the space and the aesthetic quality of the center.
All table tents must have prior approval before being distributed. Tents are approved in the Cerf Center Office.
Table tents can be displayed a maximum of one week before the scheduled event or program.
Tent card distribution and removal are the responsibility of the sponsoring organization or department. Tents should be removed by noon the day following the event.
No more than two different cards may be displayed in the Cerf Center at one time. Priority will be given on a first come, first serve basis.
No tent card will be approved if it promotes profanity, discrimination, alcohol or drug abuse, or illegal activities.
The Cerf Center staff reserves the right to remove and discard any unauthorized materials.
Five display cases are located in the Cerf College Center. The two cases on the brick wall in the Moser Lobby are designated for use of the Alumni Office. One of the free standing cases in the Burgoo is designated to display the traditional chain and shovel of the College. The other two cases can be reserved by campus organizations and departments following these guidelines:
Reserving it in the Cerf Center Office.
Not promoting profanity, alcohol or drug abuse, or illegal activities.
Displaying unauthorized or inappropriate material will be removed without notification.
Damaging the display case will result in a bill for its repair.
An area is designated in the Burgoo for the distribution of flyers, handouts, newspapers, and brochures. This area is currently in the center section of the Campus Pride Board. Distribution of these materials in other areas of the Center is not allowed. Off campus organizations must receive prior approval from the Cerf Center Staff.
In order to prevent traffic congestion in the lobby and hallways of the Center and to reduce clutter, only the Pegasus racks are regularly allowed in these areas. Special temporary or free standing promotions may be allowed with the approval of the Cerf Center Director. Complete information regarding purpose, size, and mechanics must be given regarding each promotion when requests are made.
Many individuals and organizations who schedule events in the Cerf College Center wish to set up decorations for their events. All patrons are expected to follow these guidelines:
To leave the area in the same condition as it was found.
Keep all exits free of barricades and keep exit signs clearly visible.
Candles must be enclosed, except over the top, by glass or another fire resistant material.
Clear any extensive electrical power demands by the Cerf Center Director and Maintenance Director.
Keep all paper or cloth free from lights.
Drive no nails, screws, hooks, etc., into any walls, floors or ceilings.
Stabilize any free standing decorations both in nature and in weight.
Neither glue nor tape decorations to any walls, windows, or doors in the Cerf Center.
Paint decorations prior to bringing into the
Water, sand, or gravel cannot be used in decorations, except when prior permission has been granted by the Director of the Cerf Center.
Construct decorations only with special permission of the Director of the Cerf Center.
Any damage caused by the use of decorations will be billed to the organization or individual responsible.
This is an administrative document under the responsibility of the Director of Cerf College Center and Student Activities. Approval is required of the Eureka College Administration.
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