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17-2-4 Concerts on Campus

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  17. Student Services

    17-1-1 Job Referrals

    17-2-0 Responsibility for Administering Student Activities Programs

    17-2-1 Student Publication Board

    17-2-2 Student Cabinet

    17-2-4 Concerts on Campus

    17-2-6 Bake/Food Sales, Food Preparation and Storage

    17-3-0 Non-Discrimination of Students With Disabilities

    17-3-3 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Students

    17-4-0 Student Aid Policy

    17-4-1 Deferred Payment of Tuition and Fees

    17-4-2 VA Vocational Rehabilitation

    17-4-3 Institutional Work Study

    17-4-4 Attendance Policy, Conduct and Standards of Progress for Veteran and International Students

    17-5-1 Provision for Counseling and Career Development Services

NUMBER: 17-2-4 APPROVED DATE: 09-14-1995

Concerts are defined as musical performances by an individual or group. Concerts may be conducted at Trident Technical College within the following parameters:

  1. PURPOSE OF THE CONCERT The concert should be of an educational nature designed to enhance student learning, or an event arranged by the Student Activities office to provide avenues for social interaction between students, faculty and staff.
  2. ATTENDANCE AT THE CONCERT Concerts held at the College will be open to the public.  The College administration may choose to co-sponsor an on-campus cultural event with a community agency when it is beneficial to the College Foundation or Alumni Association.
  3. PROMOTION OF CONCERTS  The promotion of concerts on campus is limited to the methods of advertising available on each campus. When the College co-sponsors a cultural event with a community agency, the Marketing Office will determine appropriate methods for advertising.
  4. ISSUANCE OF TICKETS The Student Activities Office or other TTC offices designated by the Director of Student Activities are responsible for issuing or selling tickets to TTC students, faculty, staff, and community attendees.
  5. FUND RAISING BY STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS  Concerts conducted by student organizations for fund raising purposes must follow the guidelines established by Student Activities for fund raising projects as follows:
    1. Completion of a Fund Raising Request form which identifies the type of fund raising event and its purpose.
    2. Approval of the fund raising request by the student organization advisor, the Director of Student Activities, and the Assistant Vice President for Student Services.
    3. Adherence to the laws, policies, and procedures of the state of South Carolina and Trident Technical College are required in the fund raising event.
  6. APPROVAL OF CONCERTS Requests to conduct a concert on campus must be submitted a minimum of four weeks prior to the event for approval by the Director of Student Activities, the Assistant Vice President, and the Vice President for Student Services.
  7. ARRANGEMENTS FOR CONCERTS  The College administration maintains the right to regulate the time, place, audience, and manner of any concert held on campus.

Updated: 01-31-2007

Reviewed: 03-15-2013

Reviewed: 06-26-2018