PURPOSE OF THIS POLICY
The Lory Student Center (LSC) is the community center for all members of the Colorado State University campus including students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The LSC provides a central place for students and others to spend time learning, socializing, and relaxing while coming to feel more closely connected to the campus.
The LSC Governing Board, with review and advice from LSC staff, approves all policies for the management of LSC. Exceptions to the policies and procedures in this manual may be made by the Executive Director of the LSC and his/her designee as needed and with appropriate consultation with the LSC Governing Board.
In the interest of safety, all persons should evacuate the building calmly and immediately in the event of a fire alarm. Illegal use of alcohol, drugs, firearms, and gambling devices are not permitted within the building at any time. Common space in the Lory Student Center (LSC) is meant to be enjoyed by all. Because of our commitment to make this space available to all members of the University population, activities which inhibit the use of space by the public at large are prohibited.
Solicitation, commercial activity, or requests for donations are allowed only in designated areas (see Solicitation).
In accordance with Colorado State University Policies and Procedures, smoking in the building is prohibited.
Working animals such as Seeing Eye, hearing, service dogs, and dogs used in law enforcement are the only animals permitted. Event Planning Services (491-0229) must approve animals used in lectures and demonstrations.
Due to the proximity of food service, shoes and shirts must be worn in the LSC at all times.
In accordance with Colorado State University Policies and Procedures, the use of roller skates/blades, skateboards, and bicycles are prohibited in the LSC. Bicycles must be stored in the racks outside the building, not blocking walkways or entrances.
Any behavior exhibited in the LSC that violates the law will not be tolerated and may result in prosecution.
Colorado State University is committed to providing an environment free from harassment and other forms of discrimination based upon race, age, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status, and/or disability.
Approved by the Lory Student Center Governing Board, March 21, 2003