With a campus this big, you’d expect that there were a fair number of policies that you’d have to be aware of in order to make things happen. And you’d be correct in that expectation. Our hope is that we can list a few of them here so that you will be better prepared to get things done at UCLA. Feel free to contact your SOLE Advisor to help you either interpret or better understand the policies.

Policy Description
Constitutions for Campus Organizations What needs to be included in your constitution [sample constitution].
Corporate Support Policy Review before you get corporate support for your group.
Raffles, Lotteries, and Free Drawings Fundraising ideas that take some additional work
Anti-Hazing form for Organizational Members All members must sign and keep with group
Anti-Hazing form for Organizational Signatories Authorized signatories must sign this and keep
University Statement Regarding Hazing The University’s position on hazing
Anti-Hazing Policies Review of definition, responsibilities, and liability.
Cost of Safety Services Policy Determines when you’ll pay for security for your event.
UCLA Regulations on Activities, Registered Campus Organizations, and Use of Properties The campus regulations that 1) explain time, place, and manner regulations on University property, 2) define registered campus organizations and how they may conduct activities on campus, and 3) describe how University properties may be used.
UC Wide Campus Policies System Wide Policies applying to campus activities
Use of University Name How you can use the UCLA name
Use of Alcohol Policy When and how alcohol can be used for events.
Use of Meyerhoff Park Scheduling and use of Meyerhoff Park.
Use of Bruin Plaza Scheduling and Use of Bruin Plaza
Use of Bruin Walk Tabling, banners, and distribution
Flyering Posting Where you can post/how many/when.
Signboard Policy Where/When you can place signboards.
1st Amendment Rights at UCLA Learn about your 1st Amendment rights at UCLA