All outstandingparking citations shall bepaid in
full prior to the endof each semester.
Studentswho fail topay all outstandingparking
citations shall not receive grades, transcripts, etc.
until such time as all fees arepaid.
Faculty, staff, visitors, etc. are subject tobootingor
towing at theowner’s expense consistentwith the
provisions included in this policy.
PARKINGREGULATIONS -ARTICLE II
Parking infire lane
The scopeof these regulations extends to all
student sponsored events. For thepurposes of these
regulations, such events include thepresentationof
speakers, programs, concerts, dances, solicitation
of funds, distribution andpostingofmaterials,
circulationof petitions and surveys and the saleof
The regulations aredesigned to enhance the
students’ opportunities to enrich their educational
experiences, toprotect constitutional rights of
free expression and to ensure that therewill beno
interferencewith college instructional programs.
The general purposeof all student groups as
organized, recognized and approvedunder the
supervisionof the college administration shall be in
conformitywith theBoardofRegents policyof the
All student organizations are subject to the
regulations of andderive their authority from
Education and the rules and regulations ofTMCC.
A. Definition:A recognized student organization is
definedas agroupwhichadheres to the following
a. Operatesunder the advisorshipof amember of the
college full-timeorpart-time facultyor staffmember.
b. Maintains in the student government office, a club
packetwhichhasbeenapprovedby the student senate;
a current list of officers; and signatureof the facultyor
c. Schedules andholds aminimumof onemeetingper
monthduring the academic year, andone event per
d. Submits aproposedbudget that itemizes income and
expendituresupon the start of eachacademic semester.
e. Other reports as requestedby theSGA.
Privileges:Theprivileges of recognized student
a. Useof thenameof theStudentGovernmentAssociation
b. Useof the campusbuilding, equipment and services of
the collegewhenavailable andofficially scheduled; and
c. Publicity for events, useof bulletinboards on campus
and the campusnewspaper, ECHO.
C. Procedures forpresentationof programs or activities
a. Meetings intended solely formembers of the recognized
student organization requirenoapproval.
b. Thepresentationof programs or activities open to
the entire student bodyor thepublic requires that the
sponsor adhere to the followingprocedures:
The sponsormust submit an event request to the
SGAoutliningappropriatedetails including the
natureof theprogram, date and time, anticipated
attendance, servicesneeded (e.g., custodial, security,
etc.), equipment required, proposed facility tobe
utilized, andall details regardingadmission charges
or other funds tobe collected in conjunctionwith
theprogram.Upon reviewof thisdata, theSGAwill
place the event on the student senate agenda for
An event thatmeets anyof the following criteria
requires approval byPresident’sCabinet before
Any event forwhich the audience is expected to
AnyTMCC-sponsored event that is scheduledoff
campus or forwhich theuseof SIER108,VSTA
206,ORTHEStudentCenter isbeing requested
(exception– table fordistributionofmaterial
authorizedby theDirector of StudentActivities
Any event forwhich sales are involved;