II.A. Public Information Act
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II.E. Conduct on System Premises
II.E.1. Prohibited Conduct
II.E.1.01 Trespass and Damages
No person shall trespass on to the grounds of the System or damage or deface any of the buildings, statues, monuments, memorials, trees, shrubs, grasses or flowers on the grounds of the System.
II.E.1.02. Disruption of Lawful Assembly
No person or group of persons acting in concert may willfully engage in disruptive activity, or disrupt a lawful assembly on the campus or property of the System. Disruptive activity means:
- Obstructing or restraining the passage of persons in an exit, entrance or hallway of any building without the authorization of the administration of the school.
- Seizing control of any building or portion of a building for the purpose of interfering with any administrative, educational, research or other authorized activity.
- Preventing or attempting to prevent by force or violence or the threat of force or violence any lawful assembly authorized by the college or the System so that a person attempting to participate in the assembly is unable to participate due to the use of force or violence or due to a reasonable fear that force or violence is likely to occur.
- Disrupting by force or violence or the threat of force or violence of a lawful assembly in progress.
- Obstructing or restraining the passage of any person at an exit or entrance to said campus or property or preventing or attempting to prevent by force or violence or by threats thereof the ingress or egress of any person to or from the property or campus without the authorization of the college or System.
II.E.1.03. Entering or Remaining on Campus After Withdrawal of Consent
Any person who has been notified by a police officer or authorized administrator that the consent to remain on the campus or facility has been withdrawn, and who willfully and knowingly enters or remains upon the campus or facility during the period for which consent has been withdrawn, will be charged with a misdemeanor, and is subject to punishment as defined by law.
This section does not apply to any person who enters or remains on the campus/facility for the sole purpose of applying to the College President, authorized officer or authorized employee for the reinstatement of consent or for the sole purpose of attending a hearing on the withdrawal.
LSCS Policy Manual Section adopted by the Board of Trustees on August 7, 2008