Time, Place, and Manner

Rules which govern and protect rights of protest

Free expression is encouraged but must not, interfere with the University operation, teaching and other’s rights to expression and may not damage/impede University property.

Campus Regulations

  • UC Property is a public trust, so private property laws apply. 
  • Non-affiliates must comply with the non-affiliate rules and regulations set by UCOP

Use of University facilities must be in compliance with law and university policies.

  • People may not:
    • Block entrances or impede foot/vehicle traffic;
    • engage in physical abuse;
    • disrupt teaching or administration;
    • possess firearms, firebombs or other weapons;
    • engage in theft/vandalism;
    • climb on or rappel from University buildings or trees;
    • camp or lodge on University property.
  • People must comply with the instructions & directions of University officials including University Police and other police agencies called to assist.
  • The University House is a residence and activities on and around the property are restricted.

Time, Place, and Manner PDF

UCPD Guidelines

  • Do not grab, rattle, lean on, move or otherwise disturb physical barricades or barricade tape.
  • Physical resistance and assaultive behavior will not be tolerated and will be prosecuted.
  • University affiliates have a duty to comply with the directions and instructions of University Police.
  • Demonstrations, protests, and acts of civil disobedience may be recorded.
  • Obstructing a peace officer in the performance of their duties is a crime.