Use of facilities and equipment is limited to members of the college community, their families and guests and approved community groups. College community members are ultimately responsible for the behavior of their guests. Hunt Union staff reserves the right to check college identification.
Recognized student groups selling merchandise or collecting for charitable groups must file a Fund Raising-Selling Permit and a book reservation for activities in Hunt Union. Fundraising forms are available under “forms and subscriptions” button on the right, or in the left navigation under Reservations.
Use of candles or open flame is prohibited in Hunt College Union.
Regarding pets or animals: With the exception of the college approved events requiring the use of animals, only service animals are permitted in the building.
Anyone using or illegally possessing drugs will be subject to disciplinary proceedings in accordance with the local, state, and federal laws and college policies.
Use of alcoholic beverages is prohibited. Exceptions may be granted with the permission of the Dining Services Director for catered events.
The Hunt College Union is a Smoke-Free environment. Smoking of any form is not permitted inside the facility.
Unless approved for classes and/ or approved by University Police, Director of Facilities, and the Hunt Union Director, using the pond for recreational activities such as swimming, boating, fishing and ice skating is strictly prohibited.
POSTERS/FLYERS in Hunt College Union Only
All signs and posters must be submitted to be approved at the Information Desk. Any posters not approved will be removed. Posters should not cover other flyers or posters. Hunt Union staff will post all materials on appropriate bulletin boards, and will remove materials as needed. All postings must include a sponsor and contact information. Posters promoting tobacco or alcohol activities are prohibited. Postings are not allowed on any wood, concrete, windows or painted surfaces. Violations shall result in the immediate removal of the advertisement.
Information Desk Banner System
A banner should not be larger than 9’x9’ and will promote approved campus events by recognized college groups or departments. Only Hunt Union staff will operate the pulley system. If the event being advertised is to take place in the Hunt Union, all reservations for use of space in the Hunt Union must be finalized before posting. Banners which are vulgar, poorly produced or sloppy may not be approved by the Hunt Union director. Unless authorized by the Hunt Union Director, banners may be posted for no more than two weeks prior to the intended event. After the posting period, sponsors have three business days to collect their banners in room 220 before they are discarded to trash.