The purpose of the University Solicitation Policy is to ensure compliance with Board of Regents policy regarding campus business activities (solicitation, sales, and advertising) and to exercise the required business controls and supervision over such activities on the campuses of Clayton State University. Clayton State University has made a commitment to control and prohibit where appropriate advertising, sales, and solicitation which is not specifically authorized by the University and/or the Board of Regents.
This policy shall apply to all campus personnel, faculty, staff, recognized student organizations (RSOs), all affiliated organizations, including but not limited to Alumni and the Clayton State Foundation, vendors, non-profit or charitable organizations, and individuals. The policy applies to all campus facilities, including all buildings, land and open spaces and air above that space, streets, walkways, and parking facilities.
Per Board of Regents policy, the chief business officer of the institution has the responsibility to control, manage, and supervise all business activity on his/her respective campuses. Board policy states: "Institutions of the University System shall not permit the operation of privately operated business enterprises on their campuses, except as otherwise provided by contract. All business enterprises operated on a campus or institution of the University System shall be operated as auxiliary enterprises and shall be under the direct management, control and supervision of the chief business officer of the institution."
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia has established policies, which are for the benefit of the member institutions. Auxiliary Services, under the auspices of the Office of the Vice President for Business and Operations, shall be the only body empowered to conduct business activity on the campuses of Clayton State University.
Sale of Course Materials and Other Merchandise – Right of First Refusal
Solicitation by Clayton State Employees
Policy and Interpretations
Exceptions to Policy