Protest

10. The right of peaceful protest and peaceful support of a cause is guaranteed within the College community.  The College retains the right to determine the time, place and manner of assembly or presentation to assure the continuity and quality of the educational process in and out of class, the safety of individuals, and the protection of property. 

11. Orderly, nonviolent, and non-disruptive picketing and other forms of peaceful protest are permitted on College premises.  Actions by participants or bystanders which include behavior beyond normal standards of personal interaction, such as intimidation by physical proximity or by number, may be construed as disruptive forms of peaceful protest.  Please refer to the Regulations and Procedures for Maintaining Public Order on Campuses of the Student University of New York located in this section of the handbook.

  A. Interference with ingress to and egress from College facilities, interruption of classes, College activities, or damage to property shall result in disciplinary action against the alleged violators, including arrest.

  B. Remedies are available to discipline such actions through local law enforcement bodies and the College disciplinary system.

12. Orderly picketing and orderly demonstrations are permitted in public areas within College buildings, subject to the requirements for noninterference in Section 11 and in the Regulations and Procedures for Maintaining Public Order on Campuses of the Student University of New York.

13. Every member of the College community has the right to be interviewed by or otherwise to meet with, on campus, potential employers whose hiring practices and business activities comply with federal and New York State laws and regulations.  This section shall not be so construed as to frustrate any other reasonable and necessary rules pertaining to job recruitment on the campus.