An organization whose membership is limited to students, faculty, or staff of a particular University campus may become a registered campus organization by complying with the requirements and procedures set forth in campus regulations, which shall include furnishing a statement of the name of the organization, its purposes, its officers or other authorized representatives, and other pertinent information that may be specified in campus regulations. Membership in registered campus organizations may be extended to individuals other than students, faculty, and staff, under conditions specified in campus regulations.
Registered campus organizations are required to comply with University policies and campus regulations or they will be subject to revocation of registration, loss of privileges, or other sanctions for violation of such policies or regulations. In denying or revoking registration or applying sanctions, campus regulations shall provide an opportunity for a hearing, at the request of the registered campus organization, with basic standards of procedural due process.
A registered campus organization shall not use the name of the University of California or abbreviations thereof as a part of its own name except in accordance with University policies and campus regulations.
All use of University properties and services by registered campus organizations must conform to Section 40.00 of these Policies and applicable campus time, place, and manner regulations.
Chancellors may investigate, through audits or other means, and take action to ensure that fiscal activities of registered campus organizations on University properties comply with legal requirements and University policies and procedures applicable to such practices.
As provided in Section 41.00 of these Policies, registered campus organizations using University property or services must avoid any unauthorized implication that they are sponsored, endorsed, or favored by the University.
Campuses may collect voluntary fees from students in support of registered campus organizations as specified in Section 95.00 of these Policies.
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