Children on Campus Policy. Small children (12 and under) must not be left unattended on the campus of the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Children of this age, left unsupervised, are susceptible to accidents and potential injury. Further, children of this age must not be left unattended in vehicles on the UNK campus.
This act is a violation of Nebraska Statute 28-707 and Police and Parking Services should be contacted immediately.
Solicitation on Campus. The purpose of this policy is to preserve and promote an academic environment for students and faculty at the college.
The use of any part of the campus of the University of Nebraska at Kearney (buildings or grounds) for purposes of solicitation by a group not formally recognized by the college is strictly prohibited.
Solicitation is defined as the selling of any object or service for money. Also seeking donations, love offerings, or gifts by any group not formally recognized by the college will be considered solicitation. Solicitation is further defined as contacting any member of the campus community by personal contact, telephone, or letter to either recruit or gain membership in an organization not formally recognized by the college.
The use of campus mailboxes and bulletin boards for solicitation is strictly prohibited. Also, sale bills, fliers or political campaign materials placed on an automobile are strictly prohibited. Distribution of the aforementioned materials is also prohibited on campus, provided, however, that nothing herein shall prohibit the posting of political materials within the various campus buildings for any federal, state or city or student election after said materials have been approved for posting by the respective building supervisor.
All outside groups must obtain sponsorship by an approved UNK organization before they will be allowed to use on-campus facilities. No individual student or faculty member may sponsor an outside group for purposes of solicitation.
Any organization sponsoring the activities of an off-campus group will be held responsible for the actions of their guests. Also, the faculty sponsor of the organization must be present while the off-campus group is visiting UNK.
Nothing in this policy shall be interpreted as restricting the use of the college newspaper or other appropriate publications for advertisements or solicitation or political materials, the publication of which remains consistent with responsible journalism.
Clean Air Policy. No tobacco products may be used in facilities or vehicles of the University of Nebraska at Kearney except as specifically delineated below.
- Use of tobacco products on any UNK site is allowed as long as such use is not within close proximity (defined as within 10 feet) of any facility entrance or work site.
UNK will attempt to aid persons who wish to stop smoking by providing remedial mechanisms authorized by the University's benefits program.
Non-compliance with these provisions will be managed in accordance with existing personnel guidelines.