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R805. Regents (Board of), University of Utah, Administration.

Rule R805-4. Illegal, Harmful, and Disruptive Behavior on University of Utah Property.

As in effect on October 1, 2019

Table of Contents

R805-4-1. Purpose.

1. To identify activities and behaviors that are prohibited on the University of Utah campus and its properties.

2. To identify possible sanctions for persons who engage in such behaviors and the process for enforcement and discipline.

R805-4-2. Definitions.

1. "University of Utah Community Member" means a University of Utah faculty member, staff member, student or any other person who is invited to participate in University of Utah events and activities.

2. "University property" means the university campus and any other property owned, operated or controlled by the University of Utah and specifically includes the University's grounds, buildings and roadways.

R805-4-3. Prohibited Activities.

A. No person may enter upon or remain upon University property for the purpose of, or in the actual commission of, activities that violate state or federal criminal laws.

B. No person may enter upon or remain upon University property for the purpose of, or in the actual commission of, activities that violate the policies, procedures, regulations and rules of the University of Utah.

C. No person may enter upon or remain upon University property for the purpose of, or in the actual commission of, activities that are violent, obscene or disorderly.

D. No person may enter upon or remain upon University property for the purpose of, or in the actual commission of, activities that obstruct, disrupt or otherwise interfere with the University's educational process, including but not limited to its academic, business, administrative and recreational meetings and processes.

E. No person may enter onto, or remain upon, University property that is not open to the general public absent a specific authorization or invitation by a University of Utah Community Member authorized to allow such entry.

F. No person may enter upon or remain upon University property for the purpose of, or in the actual commission of, stealing or using without authorization any real or personal property owned by the University of Utah or owned by a University of Utah Community Member.

G. No person may enter upon or remain upon University property for the purpose of, or in the actual commission of, activities that injure, deface, damage or destroy any real or personal property owned by the University of Utah or owned by a University of Utah Community Member.

H. No person may enter upon or remain upon University property for the purpose of, or in the actual commission of, activities that cause injury to a University of Utah Community Member.

I. No person may enter upon or remain upon University property for the purpose of, or in the actual commission of, verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature toward a University of Utah Community Member that has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with the individual's employment or education performance or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment for that individual's employment, education, living environment, or participation in a university activity.

J. No person may enter upon or remain upon University property, for the purpose of, or in the actual commission of, activities that interfere with another person's lawful and authorized access, ingress and egress to University property, including its grounds, buildings and roadways.

K. No person may enter upon or remain upon University property for the purpose of, or in the actual commission of, activities that incite, support, encourage, aid or abet others to commit one or more of the activities listed in the paragraphs A-J above.

R805-4-4. Sanctions.

1. University students, university staff and university faculty who violate this rule may be subject to disciplinary action pursuant to the applicable policies and procedures of the University of Utah Regulations Library.

2. Members of the public who violate this rule may be subject to one or more of the following sanctions:

a. Issuance of a citation for criminal trespass pursuant to Section 76-6-206;

b. Issuance of citation and temporary eviction from, and denial of access to, University property pursuant to Sections 76-8-701 through 76-8-718; and

c. Eviction from, and denial of access to, University property after an informal adjudicative proceeding pursuant to Rule R765-134.

KEY

illegal behavior, disruptive behavior, harmful behavior, trespassing

Date of Enactment or Last Substantive Amendment

January 7, 2010

Notice of Continuation

October 16, 2014

Authorizing, Implemented, or Interpreted Law

53B-2-106; 63G-4-102; 76-8-701 et seq.


Additional Information

Contact

For questions regarding the content or application of rules under Title R805, please contact the promulgating agency (Regents (Board of), University of Utah, Administration). A list of agencies with links to their homepages is available at http://www.utah.gov/government/agencylist.html or from http://www.rules.utah.gov/contact/agencycontacts.htm.