Wayne State University Statutes
|2.72.02||Solicitation of Gifts|
No solicitation of gifts shall be made by anyone for the benefit of the University, or any agency thereof, without the prior approval of the President or his/her specifically delegated representative.
The campus mail service, telephone system, and radio stations, and other University services, including mailing lists and University stationery, shall not be used for the solicitation of gifts without the prior approval of the President or his/her specifically delegated representative.
No gift may be accepted on behalf of the University without prior approval of the President or his/her specifically delegated representative.
Legislative HistoryAdopted 8-0; Official Proceedings 18:2320 (6 July 1973) Amended(2) 7-0; Official Proceedings 36:4760 (13 December 1991)
Cross ReferencesSec. 2.85.05.090(1)
Compiler Notes(1) Sec. 2.85.05.090 reads as follows:
Except as authorized by the Board of Governors, University facilities may not be used for fundraising activities unless the University is the sole beneficiary of such funds. No fundraising activities, including admission fees, or registration fees, are to occur, for the benefit of the University or otherwise, at University facilities without the prior approval of the President or his/her designee.
(2) The amendment repealed a provision that had prohibited solicitations on campus, since that subject is now covered by other statutes. (Official Proceedings 36:4760, 13 December 1991)