Posting and Cleanliness
Posters, banners, fliers, etc. may not be taped, stapled, or affixed in any manner to walls, windows, or doors in the MCC. Only tapes specially designed for safe use on delicate or damageable smooth surfaces may be used on walls.
All original fixtures (posters, banners, etc.) in the MCC must remain in place.
Posters and fliers must meet University Posting Regulations. See The RSO Handbook, Published by Student Activities and Leadership Programs (SA&LP), for details.
Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) may post two fliers on the available general posting boards in the Trimpe building but not on walls, windows, or doors of the Multicultural Center.
We ask for your cooperation in keeping the MultiCultural Center clean and tidy. If the tables and floors are a mess, the tables must be wiped down and the floors vacuumed.
No tapes, tacks, nails, pins, staples, etc. may be used on any papered, panelled, or painted surfaces or on any walls, mirrors, windows, curtains or doors.
Freshly cut flowers, properly maintained live trees, plants and shrubs may be used for decorative purposes.
Decorations must never obstruct or hinder the use of any exit doors.
In any regulated occupancy, only non-combustible or flame resistant materials may be used for decorating purposes. The test for the above is any material that will not flash or produce a fast burning fire.
open-flame lighting devices shall be used. Candles are not allowed in the MultiCultural Center. No open-flame lighting devices shall be used. Candles are not allowed in the multicultural center. Any exception to this guideline must receive written approval from the Multicultural Center Supervisor for each instance.
The Multicultural Center staff and local fire officials have the authority to control the amount of decorative material within this building. For safety purposes, lights may not be completely turned off during evening events.
Policies Regarding Registered Student Organizations (RSOs)
The MultiCultural Center will not store any decorative items or equipment for any student or student organizations.
Per University policy, students and RSOs are prohibited from possessing or consuming alcoholic beverages on University property or in University buildings. This includes the MultiCultural Center.
Organizations will be held responsible for the condition of rooms used. Any damage will result in a direct charge to the organization or individual making the reservation. Any exception to these guidelines must receive written approval from the Multicultural Center Supervisor for each instance.