When allocating use of joint facilities, the highest priority shall be given to activities specifically related to the institutions' missions. No arrangements will be made that may interfere with or operate to the detriment of the institutions' own instruction, research, public assembly, and student activities. In particular, joint facilities are used primarily for:
(1) The regularly established instruction, research, public assembly, and student activities of the institutions and their departments.
(2) Cultural, educational, or recreational activities of the students, faculty, or staff of the university or college.
(3) Short courses, conferences, seminars, or similar events, when arranged under the sponsorship of the institutions or their departments.
(4) Public events of a cultural or professional nature brought to the campus at the request of institution departments or committees or institutionally sanctioned student organizations and presented with their active sponsorship and active participation.
(5) Activities or programs sponsored by other educational institutions, by state or federal agencies, by charitable agencies or civic or community organizations whose activities are of widespread public service and of a character appropriate to the institutions. However, joint facilities will not be made available for instructional or related purposes that compete with courses or programs offered by the institutions.
(6) Faculty, staff, registered or official student organizations of the institutions may use joint facilities to hold events for university or college faculty, staff and students provided such uses comply with these rules on use of joint facilities. These events do not, however, require either preliminary approval by an academic or administrative unit or final approval by the joint committee on facility use.
(7) Faculty, staff, registered or official student organizations of the institutions may use joint facilities to hold events to which the general public is invited when the event has preliminary approval by an academic or administrative unit of one of the institutions and final approval of the appropriate designee. The appearance of an invited speaker on campus does not represent an endorsement by the institutions of the speaker's views.
(8) Noninstitution organizations and individuals may use joint facilities to hold events which have received preliminary approval by an academic or administrative unit of one of the institutions and final approval of the appropriate designee. The general public may be invited to such events.
(9) Reasonable conditions may be imposed to regulate the timeliness of requests, to determine the appropriateness of space assigned, time of use, and proper maintenance of the facilities. Subject to the same limitations, joint facilities shall be made available for assignment to individuals or groups within the institutions. Arrangements by both organizations and individuals must be made through the appropriate facility designee. Allocation of space shall be made in accordance with these rules and on the basis of time, space, priority of request and the demonstrated needs of the applicant.