Washington State University’s Policies Related to Free Speech and Reserving Space on Campus
Where can I review Washington State University’s policies and regulations related to free speech?
Washington State University’s polices and regulations related to free speech can be found on the Office of the Provost website, and the “Additional Resources” section of this page. Washington State University’s policies and regulations are designed to be consistent with the university’s requirements under the law and to balance the university’s commitments to free speech with the safety and well-being of faculty, staff and students, and their invited guests.
View the university’s policies on
- Safety and Accessibility
- Use of University Property
- Postings in University Spaces
- Exterior Signage
- Temporary Signage
- Renting University Facilities, Equipment or Services
- Notice of Non-Discrimination
- Policy Prohibiting Discrimination and Harassment
- WSU Grievance Procedures
Which Washington State University offices are responsible for ensuring compliance with the WSU System’s policy on free speech and free expression?
The Office of the Provost, the WSU Compliance and Civil Rights, and the Office of the Attorney General are the offices responsible for ensuring compliance with this policy and its related regulations. Questions about free speech and free expression at Washington State University may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please consult the Washington State University BPPM for more information.