Campus Posting Policy
The Center for Student Engagement and Leadership (SEaL) assumes responsibility for administering, monitoring, and enforcing guidelines for campus postings from campus departments and student organizations. Approval for posting signs, fliers, banners, etc., must be obtained from SEaL prior to posting. All campus departments and student organizations are asked to participate in the following process:
- Bring an original copy of the posting to the SEaL Office, 1st Floor Widener Center.
- Duplication or copying of signs/fliers should not be completed until the original has received the approval stamp.
- The posting will be reviewed by SEaL staff.
- Items approved for posting will be stamped and a removal date will be indicated on the posting.
- The department or organization can then make copies and post in approved locations (see list below)
- No more than 20 copies of a flier are encouraged to be posted
- The department or organization will remove the material at the expiration date listed on the posting. Removal of materials is NOT the responsibility of the SEaL office.
- Recycling is encouraged!
The following regulations apply to posting:
- Approval for fundraising activities will not be granted to any organizations who:
- are not officially registered with the University
- serve or support partisan political purposes and/or activities
- limit participation on the basis of race, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, or disability
- Conflict with the University’s mission, core values, or Catholic Identity
- The material to be posted must clearly state the organization and/or sponsor, and any other pertinent information including time, date, location, cost, etc.
- Postings making any reference to alcohol, drugs, sex, or tobacco (either written or pictorial) will be reviewed by the Director of the Center for Student Engagement and Leadership.
- Appeals can first be made to the Director of the Center for Student Engagement and Leadership and subsequently to the Dean for Student Engagement & Leadership.
- Posting is limited to specific areas in each building.
- Bulletin boards in the Widener Center 1st floor by the Grill
- Stairwell bulletin boards in Widener Center
- Mailbox-area bulletin boards in Widener Center
- Bulletin boards in Founder’s Hall (except those marked for other department use)
- Bulletin boards on the 1st floor of the Iadarola Center
- Multiple postings in one area will be removed.
- Materials are not permitted to be posted on windows, walls, painted surfaces, doors, lamp posts, trees, trash cans or on vehicles.
- Groups are responsible for posting their own approved notices and for removing them by the removal date specified at the time of approval.
- Material that has been posted without approval or that has been posted in an unapproved location will be removed and discarded.
- Posting is not permitted on bulletin boards designated for use by specific academic or campus departments or in enclosed bulletin boards.
- Groups or individuals who fail to follow posting policies and guidelines risk the loss of future posting privileges, as well as disciplinary action.
- Off-campus individuals, activities or groups, and Cabrini students seeking to post material related to off-campus individuals, activities or groups are subject to the same approval processes and posting limitations outlined above for on-campus organizations.
Permission must be obtained in advance from SEaL to:
- Suspend banners from trees or buildings
- Post material at off-campus locations
- Draw with chalk on campus roads and driveways
Posting in the Dixon Center, Library, and Residence Halls requires staff approval from those individual departments.
The mailroom will not stuff student mailboxes.
Questions about posting on campus can be directed to the Director for Student Engagement and Leadership.