Procedure No.: 28.020 Page No.: 1 of 1 Date Issued: 09/16/85 Issued By: J. S. Rudy
For clarity's sake, recruitment activity shall be understood to mean any formal inquiry, request or visit by an outside agency, business or institution, the primary purpose of which is to interest the students in employment, service or educational opportunity with that agency, business or institution. In all such cases, the Director of Career Planning and Placement should be regarded as the university's authorized responsible official, unless overruled by the senior administrator to whom the director reports.
This policy should not be seen to conflict with the frequent personal and confidential inquiries made to faculty members and deans for professional position openings.
Ohio University is proud of its tradition of free and open discussion of public issues. Demonstrations or protests against the presence of recruiting organizations shall be subject to the provisions of the Code of Student Conduct. Should the Director of Career Planning and Placement feel at any time that the activity of protestors violates university policy, the Director will notify appropriate authorities, including, but not limited to, the senior officer in charge of the area and university security. Students involved in such disruption may be subject to appropriate university disciplinary action and/or civil or criminal action. Non-students may be subject to civil or criminal action.
Dick Piccard revised this file (http://www.ohiou.edu/policy/s28-020.html) on May 6, 2003.
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