Student organizations are expected to be knowledgeable of and abide by University policies, campus regulations, and local, state, and federal laws. Organizations that do not comply with laws, University policies, and/or campus regulations may have their organization's recognition suspended and also may be referred to the Center for Student Conduct and Community Standards for further sanctions. Signatories of registered student organizations may also be held accountable for the actions of their organization.
The resources below link to relevant policies and statements that can apply to the operations and activities of student organizations. If you have questions about University policies and procedures, please contact the LEAD Center at 510.642.5171 or email@example.com, or stop by 102 Hearst Gym.
Berkeley Campus Regulations Implementing University Policies
This policy governs aspects of campus organizations and non-affiliates, use of University facilities, time, place, and manner of public expression, as well as the rights and responsibilities of guests/non-affiliates and members of the University community.
Berkeley Campus Code of Student Conduct
The Code is the established rules of conduct intended to foster behaviors that are consistent with a civil and educational setting.
Berkeley Campus Policy Governing the Promotion of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Products on the Campus and at Campus Sponsored Events
This policy outlines the brands and manufacturers of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products that may not be advertised or promoted either on-campus or in conjunction with activities or events off-campus that are sponsored by campus units or campus-recognized organizations and attended by students.
Berkeley Campus Policy Governing Student Dances
Refer to this policy for guidelines in organizing a dance on-campus.
University of California, Berkeley Use of Name and Trademarks
The Office of Marketing & Business Outreach manages use of University name and trademarks. Relevant policies outlining permissible uses and restrictions on the uses of the University of California name and seals and the Berkeley campus' name, seal, and trademarks.
Guidelines to Applying Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability
An excerpt from the UC Policies Applying to Campus Organizations, Activities, and Students that addresses providing accommodations that create an inclusive environment for all members of the campus community.