Tables in the union must be reserved through Luke Moravec in the Student Activities Office.
Requests for tables for student groups, CSS departments, and other CSS related fundraisers, activities, and special events will be granted free of charge.
Off campus groups may be granted a table for any given day providing that the purpose of their visit is suitable with the beliefs and image of The College of St. Scholastica. Off campus groups who wish to utilize the union for promotional business purposes will be assessed a $50 per day fee. No cell phone or credit card companies will be allowed to solicit in the Student Union.
All table requests should be made at least 2 business days ahead of time to ensure availability.
Cork board strips, bulletin boards, and other posting areas on campus are for the use of CSS related groups and departments as well as for the purposes of promoting off campus community events.
All postings on campus should be kept to a reasonable number. Student Activities Office Assistants will regulate the quantity in certain areas.
All postings must adhere to the mission statement of The College of St. Scholastica. Anything found to be distasteful or offensive will be removed posthaste.
Advertising may not be posted on glass, wood, or painted surfaces. All postings should be contained to the cork boards, bulletin boards, and other designated posting areas. Creative advertising ideas are encouraged, however, if they will be contradicting the aforementioned rule, please contact and discuss your ideas with Luke Moravec before taking action.
Certain areas can be reserved for specific dates. The Showcase (near Campus Ministry), Display Case (neat the Mailroom), Main Bulletin Board (across from Mailroom), and Banner Wire are all available to CSS groups and departments for advertising for events. Please contact Luke Moravec to reserve any of these areas.
There should be no postings in the bathrooms. The Stall Street Journal was created to eliminate the need for posting in the bathrooms. If you would like to have something printed in the SSJ please e-mail Luke Moravec.