1. University facilities shall not be made available for purely political speeches. Organized student political groups may sponsor political figures on campus, provided that the activities are limited to institutional audiences and that the general public is not invited. Official organizations of the university may invite political figures to the campus for educational and lecture purposes only. Partisan campaigning on the campus is precluded.
  2. Personal or political mail not involving university business must be sent first class if it is to be distributed in individual mailboxes. With appropriate approval, materials may be distributed personally in various areas, such as a designated display area in the University Center. All university facilities, including materials, are to be paid for personally. University stationery and envelopes are not to be used for private matters.