FAC 115: Overnight Use of University Property
To specify university policy on the overnight use of university property; to protect the health and safety of the university and campus community and access to and security of university facilities and property
All property, including buildings and facilities, that are owned, operated, or under the control of the university
Except in connection with university activities or events that may require overnight occupancy at the site of the activity or event, no person shall camp or erect any structure or use any camp paraphernalia or light or maintain any campfire on any university property.
For the purpose of this policy, the following definitions apply:
- Camp or Camping
- The use of tents, shelters, or camp paraphernalia or structures, or the parking of a motor vehicle, motor home, or trailer for the apparent purpose of overnight occupancy.
- An outdoor fire, burned in the open or in a receptacle other than a furnace or incinerator, used for the cooking or warming of food, for providing personal warmth, or for recreational purposes.
- Camp Paraphernalia
- Any equipment or materials for sleeping, occupancy, or living accommodations, including, but not limited to, tents, huts, cots, beds, sleeping bags, tarpaulins, hammocks, cooking/warming equipment, or cooling/air conditioning equipment.
- Any time between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.
- Any building, vehicle, or place with sides that is separately securable from any other structure attached to it.
- University Property
- All property and facilities owned, managed, or operated by Arizona State University and/or the Arizona Board of Regents for and on behalf of Arizona State University.
See also the Student Services Manual (SSM)
: SSM 802–01
, “Scheduling Outdoor Campus Activities Areas.”
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