Student Services Manual (SSM)

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Effective: 1/15/1971

Revised: 8/8/2013

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SSM 801–01: General Building Rules

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Purpose

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To ensure that the property and facilities of the Memorial Union are used appropriately

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Sources

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Arizona Revised Statutes § 36.601.01 as amended
Arizona Board of Regents Policy Manual - 5-106; -108; -303
ASU Police Department

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Policy

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The property and facilities of the Memorial Union (MU) are intended for the educational, cultural, and social benefit of the university community. All other uses inconsistent with this purpose are prohibited.


Banned Items and Activities

Illegal drugs, firearms, and gambling in any form are prohibited in the MU.

Roller blades, roller skates, skateboards, bicycles, and the use of those items within the MU are prohibited.

Use of candles and incense is prohibited, except for ceremonial purposes and only upon receipt of a permit from ASU Environmental Health & Safety.


Alcohol

Alcohol may be served or consumed only at designated special events as authorized by Arizona Board of Regents’ policy 5-108(A)(4), “Sale and Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages on Campus” and SSM 106–03, “Alcohol and Other Drugs on Campus.”


Children

When in the MU, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult who will assume responsibility for their conduct and welfare.


Animals

Service animals and dogs used in law enforcement are the only animals permitted in the building.


Equipment and Furnishings

Equipment and furnishings belonging to the MU may not be removed from or loaned out of the building.

Art, paintings, pictures, and other displays may not be moved or removed under any circumstances.

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Cross-References

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For more information on use of the MU, see:

  1. SSM 801–02, “Reserving and Using Memorial Union Facilities”

    and

  2. SSM 801–03, “Food Services.”

For more information on programming with alcohol, see:

  1. SSM 106–03, “Alcohol and Other Drugs on Campus”

    and

  2. The Police Department Policies and Procedures Manual—PDP 202–03, “Sales and Service of Alcoholic Beverages on Campus.”

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