Campus Sign Policy
Information table spaces on campus are for the exclusive use of registered Student Organizations and University Departments.
Information Tables are available for indoor and outdoor use.
One table and two chairs may be reserved by completing a request form available in the Event Services Office( 333-5998).
The University cannot provide storage for any materials utilized at the tables.
Campus Sign Policy
Valdosta State University student organizations registered with the Student Life Office and departments may request to have literature (signs, flyers, or information notices) posted in VSU facilities and on campus.
Businesses and organizations not associated with Valdosta State University will not be permitted to utilize the campus for free advertisement.
All literature should be neatly hand-written, typed, printed or copied and no larger than 8 ½ x 11 inches.
The name of the sponsoring organization must appear on all literature.
Any posted literature stolen or damaged will not be the responsibility of Valdosta State University.
All signs must abide by the Student Code of Ethics in the VSU Student Handbook (www.valdosta.edu/studentaffairs).
It is the responsibility of the organization to remove all signage after the event.
The sandwich boards in the University Center are available for student organizations and university-wide functions on a first-come, first-served basis. The sandwich boards may be used by contacting Event Services.
Sidewalk chalk can only be used on campus walkways.
The two electronic boards located at Billy Grant Field and at the PE Complex are property of the Athletic Department. To request use of these boards contact the Athletic Office at (229/333-5890).
- An electronic board is located in front of the UC-North. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to place a request at least two weeks in advance.
Flyers, Posters, Signs
Literature posted in University facilities which are not approved by each building will be removed immediately.
Any literature placed on walls, windows, or doors is prohibited.
Literature will be reviewed and approved for compliance with university regulations. The number of items posted will depend on the space available as decided upon by the office. Literature will not be returned to the organization following the event.
All literature must be no larger than 8 ½ x 11 and will be tacked or stapled to bulletin boards by each designated office.
The designated areas are as follows:
Ashley Hall – Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs
Bailey Science Building-Dean’s Office, College of Arts & Sciences
Continuing Education – Office of Public Services
Education Center-Dean’s Office, Dewar College of Education
Fine Arts-Dean’s Office, College of the Arts
Martin Hall-Dean’s Office, College of Nursing
Nevins Hall-Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs
PE Complex-Office of Athletics
Pound Hall-Dean’s Office, Langdale College of Business
Powell Hall-Office of Testing
Residence Halls-Office of Housing/Residence Life
Thaxton Hall-Dean’s Office, College of Business
Student Union-Office of Student Life, 3rd floor at Student Union
University Center-North -Office of Event Services, University Center-North
West Hall-Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs
All other buildings that house offices-Office of the Director
Non-Affiliated organizations may not post items on the University bulletin boards. Persons or organizations that post items improperly may be charged for any damage to University property. The University is not responsible for maintaining or returning any items that were improperly posted and removed.
Table Tents and Flyers
Table tents, flyers, and other literature may not be placed on tables in the University Center Food Court, Education Center, OASIS, Palms Dining Center, Hopper Dining Center, or Student Union Food Court without prior approval from Dining Services at (229/333-5853).
See the new Sign/Banner Policy.