Location Details
Building CodeRock
Description"The Rock"
NotesNorthwestern State University “The Rock” Guidelines 1. Individuals or organizations painting “The Rock” must provide their own paint and supplies. 2. Individuals or organizations painting “The Rock” must dispose of all paint waste (brushes, cans, paint, paper, etc.). Individuals or organizations leaving paint waste will be given one warning before losing privileges to paint “The Rock” during the semester of violation. 3. All painting on “The Rock” must be water-based latex paint. Because of hazardous waste policies, oil-based paints are not permitted on “The Rock.” 4. Only “The Rock” can be painted. Paint on the sidewalk or grass is prohibited; otherwise the individuals or organizations painting “The Rock” will be required to pay all costs associated for cleaning. 5. The individuals or organization painting “The Rock” assume liability for any individual who may be injured or incur clothing damage while painting. 6. All painting must be appropriate and respectful of the campus and local community. 7. Reservations are required for painting “The Rock.” 8. Reservations for painting “The Rock” will be made through EMS by the requesting organization’s registered EMS User. 9. “The Rock” will be reserved by student organizations or departments on a first-come, first-served basis. 10. “The Rock” can be reserved for seven (7) days or less, pending the specific event. 11. Recommended 72-hour courtesy between paintings. 12. Types of messages approved: a. University sanctioned events on and off campus b. Student organization announcements are allowed c. Student organizations promoting off-campus events/parties at nightclubs, bars, etc., are not permitted d. Events promoting alcohol are not permitted e. Short messages f. Appropriate language g. Individuals painting the message can place their initials on “The Rock.” 13. Painting “The Rock” is a privilege for the university community. Be proud! If “The Rock” is painted inappropriately, the following protocol will occur: 1. Persons witnessing inappropriate painting should notify someone from Student Life or First Year Experience. 2. Individuals or organizations found responsible will be held accountable according to the Northwestern State University Student Code of Conduct. 3. Individuals or organizations found responsible will face appropriate sanctions, which may include losing permanent privileges to paint “The Rock,” as well as sanctions through the campus judicial office.
Room CodeRock
Description"The Rock"
Room TypeOutdoor (Non-Athletic)
Floor(none)
Size0
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Setup Hours0
Teardown Hours0
NotesNorthwestern State University “The Rock” Guidelines 1. Individuals or organizations painting “The Rock” must provide their own paint and supplies. 2. Individuals or organizations painting “The Rock” must dispose of all paint waste (brushes, cans, paint, paper, etc.). Individuals or organizations leaving paint waste will be given one warning before losing privileges to paint “The Rock” during the semester of violation. 3. All painting on “The Rock” must be water-based latex paint. Because of hazardous waste policies, oil-based paints are not permitted on “The Rock.” 4. Only “The Rock” can be painted. Paint on the sidewalk or grass is prohibited; otherwise the individuals or organizations painting “The Rock” will be required to pay all costs associated for cleaning. 5. The individuals or organization painting “The Rock” assume liability for any individual who may be injured or incur clothing damage while painting. 6. All painting must be appropriate and respectful of the campus and local community. 7. Reservations are required for painting “The Rock.” 8. Reservations for painting “The Rock” will be made through EMS by the requesting organization’s registered EMS User. 9. “The Rock” will be reserved by student organizations or departments on a first-come, first-served basis. 10. “The Rock” can be reserved for seven (7) days or less, pending the specific event. 11. Recommended 72-hour courtesy between paintings. 12. Types of messages approved: a. University sanctioned events on and off campus b. Student organization announcements are allowed c. Student organizations promoting off-campus events/parties at nightclubs, bars, etc., are not permitted d. Events promoting alcohol are not permitted e. Short messages f. Appropriate language g. Individuals painting the message can place their initials on “The Rock.” 13. Painting “The Rock” is a privilege for the university community. Be proud! If “The Rock” is painted inappropriately, the following protocol will occur: 1. Persons witnessing inappropriate painting should notify someone from Student Life or First Year Experience. 2. Individuals or organizations found responsible will be held accountable according to the Northwestern State University Student Code of Conduct. 3. Individuals or organizations found responsible will face appropriate sanctions, which may include losing permanent privileges to paint “The Rock,” as well as sanctions through the campus judicial office.