Do I have to reserve space for my student club’s political demonstration?

Members of the UCF community – and members of the public with no connection to the university – are not limited to any particular outdoor areas of campus for the purposes of engaging in speech and other expressive activities, and are not required reserve space. This is similar to the rights students have always had to use the campus grounds. Students and student groups are welcome to make reservations with the Office of Student Involvement to use certain campus locations for organized gatherings or other events. But keep in mind that other campus regulations may apply depending on the nature of the gathering or demonstration – for example, a large gathering or a march or highly amplified sound may be subject to additional requirements to ensure safety and continuity of campus operations.