370 Use of Oakland University Facilities
|SUBJECT:||USE OF OAKLAND UNIVERSITY FACILITIES|
|AUTHORIZING BODY:||PRESIDENTS CABINET|
|RESPONSIBLE OFFICE:||PRESIDENTS CABINET|
|DATE ISSUED:||JANUARY, 1973|
|LAST UPDATE:||OCTOBER 2005|
RATIONALE: Oakland University facilities and outdoor space may be used by University and Non-University individuals only for activities that support the aims, purposes and policies of the University and which conform to relevant laws and ordinances.
Authorization to Use University Facilities: All use of facilities must be authorized by a University administrative or academic unit, and must conform to the academic and outreach purposes of the University and its ordinances, policies, and procedures.
Academic Facilities: The Registrar has delegated authority to assign all general purpose classrooms. The Academic Deans assume responsibility for assigning all other General Funded academic spaces within their respective academic disciplines including computer and science labs, recital halls, auditoriums, conference rooms and special seminar rooms. If additional instructional space is needed for classes, the Registrar can request the use of conference rooms and special seminar rooms from the appropriate Academic Dean. For details see OU AP&P #190 Classroom Scheduling.
Non-Academic Facilities: The University has decentralized facility-scheduling structure for Non-Academic Facilities that assigns authority to the following Employees for designated space scheduling:
The network connections provided in University space provide Internet connections that must be used in accordance with University policies, in particular OU AP&P #890 Use of University Information Technology Resources and OU AP&P #850 Network Infrastructure Policy. Also, all use of the network must comply with the MichNet – Merit Network, Inc. acceptable use policies. Those responsible for sponsoring events in University space are also responsible for providing network authentication and access in compliance with University policies.
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