The College shall inform students of the
characteristics and levels of achievement of students
which it considers desirable in its program.
An applicant may not be denied admission
solely because of race, color, or national origin, gen-
der, sexual orientation, disability, or age.
Title V — Classroom Expression
Discussion and expression of all views rele-
vant to the subject matter is permitted in the class-
room subject only to the responsibility of the
instructor to maintain order and a climate conducive
to learning, within the stated goals and purposes of
Students are responsible for learning the
content of any course for which they are enrolled.
Requirements of participation in classroom
discussion and submission of written exercises are
not inconsistent with this section.
Academic evaluation of student perfor-
mances shall not be based on prejudicial or capri-
Information concerning views of individual
students, their beliefs, and political associations,
acquired by professors in the course of their work as
instructors, advisors, and counselors shall be consid-
ered matters of privacy and shall not be disclosed to
Title VI — Campus Expression
Discussion and expression not inconsistent
with the laws of the State and the United States are
permitted within the institution. Support of any
cause by orderly means not disruptive to the opera-
tion of The College is permitted.
The College encourages expression of infor-
mative and differing viewpoints on issues and will
support the presence on the campus of responsible
persons representing various views. While The Col-
lege aspires to maintain an open-speaker policy, the
campus community must recognize its responsibility
to prevent unreasonable harm to the institution
through its speaker programs. This responsibility
ultimately rests with the President of The College.
Under these guidelines, members of The
College Community may use the facilities of The
College at reasonable hours for the purpose of hear-
ing speakers of their choice, provided:
A. The engagement is properly registered
on the Master Calendar of The College ordinarily at
least five class days before the date of the engage-
B. Suitable facilities are available at that
C. The event is sponsored by a registered
organization of the campus or by a group within the
campus community which shall assume formally the
responsibilities for the promotion of the event and
for the good conduct of the meeting in the spirit of
The College policy on fair inquiry and respect for
the rights of all parties to be heard with decorum
D. The College shall not be liable for any
expense connected with such event except as agreed
to in advance.
It should be understood that sponsorship
of guest speakers does not necessarily imply
approval or endorsement of the views expressed
either by the sponsoring group or by The College.
The College cannot protect any speaker from state
or federal prosecution for alleged violation of civil or
Title VII — Campus Organizations
Organizations and groups may be estab-
lished within The College for any lawful purpose.
Affiliation with an extramural organization shall not,
in itself, qualify or disqualify The College branch or
chapter from institutional privileges.
A group shall become an organization when
registered with The College. No group may be so
registered or continue to be registered if its purposes
or programs are in conflict with the policies and pro-
cedures of The College, this Code of Rights, or of
the laws of the State or of the United States.
All groups that meet the following require-
ments shall be registered:
A. A list of officers and copies of the con-
stitution and bylaws of the group shall be submitted
to the Dean of Students. All changes and amend-
ments shall be submitted within one week after they
B. Where there is affiliation with an extra-
mural organization, that organization’s constitution
and bylaws shall be filed with the appropriate Col-
lege official or body, and all amendments thereto
shall be submitted within a reasonable time after
they become effective.
C. All sources of support funds shall be dis-
Membership in all College-related organiza-
tions, within the limits of their facilities, shall be
open to any member of The College Community
without regard to race, color, national origin, gender,
sexual orientation, disability, or age, who subscribes
to the stated aims and meets the stated obligations
as enumerated in the constitution and bylaws of said