The posting of various posters, flyers and banners affect the appearance of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College. Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College must maintain an atmosphere that is consistent with that of a higher education institution. To ensure the aesthetics of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College are kept at the desired level, a posting policy has been established. This policy shall in no way infringe upon the students’ freedom as expressed in the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College handbook, students’ rights and responsibilities, or the students’ freedom of speech. The purpose of this policy is to ensure that all students and student organizations have an open space to display announcements, while maintaining campus aesthetics.
All Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College student organizations and clubs must follow posting criteria:
On the original item being posted, obtain approval by signature from the Student Activities Coordinator or Chief Student Affairs Officer before posting announcements, information, etc., in all campus designated posting areas. (This does not include the student club bulletin boards or department bulletin boards.)
All postings must be of good quality, clean, and shall not in any way discriminate, harass, or infringe on anyone’s rights in accordance with Minnesota State and Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College policies.
All posters, flyers, and banners must be approved through the Student Activities Coordinator or the Chief Student Affairs Officer.
Students wishing to post items for individual (non-college related) purposes can place announcements on campus designated areas and must obtain approval through the Student Activities Coordinator or the Chief Student Affairs Officer.
Off-campus events information may be placed on the campus bulletin boards with prior approval.
Damage resulting from the posting will be the sole responsibility of the person, organization, or group sponsoring the posted material.
Individuals, organizations, and businesses not affiliated with the college must follow the above criteria. Posting will be allowed at the discretion of the college and as space is available.
All posters/flyers must contain the following information: name of event, date, time, place, price (if applicable), sponsor, and a contact person’s name, phone number, and/or email address.
Posters, regardless of the shape, shall not exceed 14″ x 22″.
All sale posters/flyers must be posted on the bulletin board marked “ITEMS FOR SALE.”
There is currently one electronic message board in the commons and one in the Cultural Center atrium.
There are currently eight student organization/club posting areas.
There are currently nine department posting areas.
There are currently six official, free posting areas:
South Wing Entrance (by food service)
South Wing across from Student Lounge
Posting is not allowed on entry doors and vestibules, windows, posts and columns, elevators, classroom doors, rest rooms, vending machines, and interior glass surfaces. Any items posted in these areas will be removed and discarded.
All campus bulletin boards available for posting announcements will be cleared on the first business day of each month. All affected bulletin boards will contain the above statement.
Banners and Displays
Banners and displays can be placed in the campus commons. Areas can be reserved by student organizations in advance. Contact the Student Activities Coordinator for more information.
Table Tents and Table Flyers
Distributing information via tables in the commons area is reserved for Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College departments, student organizations and clubs, and off-campus organizations that are invited to provide a service to the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College community.
Contact the Student Life Coordinator or the Chief Student Affairs Officer for approval.
Table tents may not exceed 4.50″ x 5.5″. Flyers may not exceed 8.5″x 11″.
Table tents and flyers may be placed for a maximum of five (5) days.
The Student Life Coordinator and Chief Student Affairs Officer will enforce this policy.
Updated February 2018