Student organizations wishing to promote their group or an event must gain approval from the Office of Graduate Student Affairs.
Fliers, posters and/or banners can be submitted for approval in the Office of Graduate Student Affairs (North Haven Campus, MNH-276), Student Organization Suite (Mount Carmel Campus, SC-216) or at the Rocky Top Information Desk. A manager or staff assistant will post the materials on/in the designated bulletin boards/locations. The Office of Residential Life must approve fliers, posters and/or banners to be posted in the residential living area.
Banners may be hung in the Carl Hansen Student Center, 2nd floor railings of the East Dining wing, overlooking the café, in the Rocky Top Student Center, 3rd floor, overlooking the information booth and main entrance, or on the North Haven Campus in the Center for Medicine Nursing and Health Science 2nd floor overlooking the stairs to the cafeteria. Banners will not be posted in any other areas.
Fliers, posters and/or banners must state the name of the sponsoring organization.
Approved fliers, posters and/or banners will be displayed for two weeks.
No more than four fliers or posters may be posted at one time in the Carl Hansen Student Center, and two in the Rocky Top Student Center. Only one banner can be hung in each of the student centers.
The maximum size for a flyer or poster is 18 by 24 inches. The maximum size for a banner is 6 feet by 4 feet.
All other marketing materials wishing to be distributed must gain approval from the Office of Campus Life or the Office of Graduate Student Affairs.
The Office of Campus Life, Office of Graduate Student Affairs, Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and/or a student organization reserves the right to deny marketing materials/advertising including but not limited to those that:
promote the use of alcoholic beverages and/or tobacco products
advertise off-campus housing unless approved by Residential Life or Graduate Student Affairs
promote medical studies or medicines of any kind unless approved by Quinnipiac University
promote non-Quinnipiac degree and/or certificate programs of study
violate any local, state or federal laws, or university policies
The Office of Campus Life and the Office of Graduate Student Affairs may choose to refuse advertising that can be considered libelous, defamatory, obscene, in poor taste, is demonstrably false, or otherwise conflicts with the values of the Quinnipiac University community.
Consistent with the university’s obligation to protect students’ privacy rights, student organizations shall not publish or broadcast any stories involving student disciplinary matters, either academic or non-academic, until the matter is fully adjudicated by the university or information is released by the university or information is made publicly available by town/state police.