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Guidelines & Policies

Guidelines & Policies

Policies/Procedures
Users of facilities must comply with all applicable health and safety regulations. The college cannot assume liability for possible injury to persons or property resulting from use of a facility or event. All aspects of the event and everyone in attendance must comply with all Local, State and Federal Laws, as well as with the College/District policies and procedures.

All uses and charges for the use of College/District facilities are governed by applicable sections of the California Education Code. Use by community groups, public agencies, private organizations or other organizations for public, literary, scientific, educational, matters or matters of general or public interest is governed by the provisions of the Civic Center Act (Education Code Sections 82537 through 82548). The Civic Center Act and the Community Recreation Act (Education Code sections 10900 through 10915) govern recreational uses of facilities. Use by religious organizations is governed by Education Code sections 82542(d) and (e). Finally, organizations not exclusively governed by the Civic Center Act may have an option to lease college facilities, at the discretion of the College/District (Education Code Sections 81378 and 81378.1).

Laney College complies with the provisions of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, which says that “no qualified individual with a disability shall, by reason of such disability, be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of the services, programs, or activities of a public entity, or be subjected to discrimination by any such entity.” The facilities of the College afford reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. If any member or participant in the external group’s activity requires further accommodation, that group shall be responsible for providing same.

Laney College is a non-smoking facility. Smoking is prohibited in/on all College facilities.