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412-397-5252 phone
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Solicitation Policy

Students, organizations, vendors, and other individuals who wish to sell or market items or services to students on campus must receive written permission in advance from the Office of Student Life.  Additionally, student organizations may not sponsor or arrange for sales or presentations by vendors without permission in advance from the Office of Student Life.

Approved solicitations are only permitted in designated campus locations. No form of solicitation is permitted in any university residence hall.  Any individual(s) attempting to solicit in the residence hall community will be escorted from the halls and/or the campus property immediately.  Campus residency does not exempt individuals from this policy.

Individual(s) not in compliance with this policy may be barred from future visits to campus, as well as cited for unauthorized trespass.

Members of the campus community who encounter individual(s) conducting a solicitation of students may ask to view their written authorization. Contact University Police, the Office of Student Life or the Office of Residence Life immediately if there is a concern regarding the legitimacy and/or authorization of any individual, organization or vendor encountered on campus.