- Requests for outreach programming should be made no less than 2 weeks prior to the date of the proposed outreach program.
- It is the responsibility of the requesting person/s or organization/s to secure an appropriate location for the proposed outreach program. The location should take into account noise levels and space needs and should be equipped with necessary technology (generally a screen, projector, and laptop, though technology needs may vary by presenter/topic). Any cost associated with the program (technology, location, etc.) is the responsibility of the requesting person/s or organization/s.
- It is the responsibility of the requesting person/s or organization/s to advertise and promote the program once it has been approved so as to ensure adequate attendance. It is furthermore the responsibility of the requesting person/s or organization/s to remain in the room and support the presenter throughout the program. This may include providing access to the room or building at least 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start time, greeting students, assisting with set-up, passing out evaluations, etc.
- The Alcohol and Other Drugs Campus Education Services reserves the right to decline participation in a program/event if it has not contributed to its planning and/or does not align itself with its content. Requests for program/event collaboration are welcome and may be made directly through the Outreach Coordinator.
The items above are general guidelines of the Alcohol and Other Drugs Campus Education Services. If you would like to request for an exception to be considered, please contact the ACES Outreach Coordinator at 616-331-3266
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