Only those individuals authorized to lobby on behalf of the University by the Board of Trustees are permitted to lobby on behalf of the University or any part of the University. Any person engaged in lobbying who is not authorized to lobby on behalf of the University is not lobbying for or representing the University.
Those authorized to lobby on behalf of the University are: any member of the Board of Trustees, the President, the Provost, any Vice President, the General Counsel, the Vice President for Development and External Relations, the Director of Federal Programs, and any person delegated authority in writing by the President, Provost or any Vice President. This written authority must be kept on file, in the Office of the Secretary of the Board of Trustees.
No funds DISTRIBUTED by the University to the Student Government Association, or to any RSO shall be used for the purpose of lobbying, either directly or indirectly.
No University trustee, officer or employee shall make any assessment for funds of other University trustees, officers or employees for the purpose of lobbying, either directly or indirectly.