As a general rule, visitors who desire to visit the college campus in a casual and informal manner are welcome. Non-members of the college community who have not been authorized in writing to use the college facilities and who repeatedly visit or spend a large portion of their time on the college campus interfere with the normal activities of the College and will be asked to leave.
The buildings, facilities and campus of the College are reserved and dedicated to educational use, and no use may be made of the facility which is inconsistent with that primary use.
The College, acting on its own or at the request of a registered and recognized campus organization, may invite speakers, performers or entertainers to appear before audiences on the college campus. No non-member of the college community may speak, perform or entertain before an audience on the college campus without such an invitation and the written approval of the College of the time, place and manner of such appearance. Rental of college facilities by non-college personnel may be arranged through Diane Cox in the Exposition Center or the Vice President of the Oak Ridge Campus.
No person or persons shall use any sound amplifying equipment on the college campus other than that requested by the college officials in carrying on the normal activities of the College.
No person shall take advantage of the large concentration and semi-captive audience of students and faculty to organize on the campus any assembly, moratorium, strike, sit-in, parade, demonstration or similar activity which substantially interferes with the normal activities of the College or the rights of others.
No person who threatens to substantially interfere with the normal activities of the College or to substantially interfere with or deny the lawful rights of others to use the facilities of the College shall enter or remain upon the college campus.
Children should not be brought to class or left unattended in any area of the College. Out of consideration to fellow students, faculty and staff, and for safety reasons, please secure appropriate baby-sitting services off-campus.
We have several policies related to the use of our facilities:
RSCC Policy GA-06-01 - Use of Campus Property and Facilities;
RSCC Policy GA-06-02 - Use and Scheduling of College Facilities by External Groups; and
RSCC Policy SA-05-01 - Individual Student Performances for Organization or College Related Events.
Carol Jarabek • (865) 354-3000 ext. 4715 • Click name for email address
Roane State Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity or national origin, sex, disability, age, status as protected veteran or any other class protected by Federal or State laws and regulation and by Tennessee board of Regents policies with respect to employment, programs, and activities. View full non-discrimination policy.