Paul D. Camp Community College is committed to supporting the exercise of constitutionally protected expression.
College property is primarily dedicated to academic, student life and administrative functions.
But it also represents the “marketplace of ideas,” and especially for students, many areas of campus represent a public forum for speech and other expressive activities.
Indoors or outdoors, PDCCC will not interfere with the rights of individuals and groups to the free expression of their views or impermissibly regulate their speech based on its content or viewpoint.
However, the College has established reasonable time, place, and manner restrictions on expressive activity.
No event or expressive activity shall be permitted to violate or hinder the rights of others within the campus community or substantially disrupt normal college operations.
PDCCC Policy 653 contains the policy and procedures for expressive activity.
For more information about expressive activities and protected speech, see the FAQs.
To report an incident of disruption to protected speech, please complete the Incident Form.