Shenandoah University encourages faculty and staff to participate in public meetings and ceremonies in areas of competence. When acting as an official representative of the institution, the individual shall adhere to university policy. When speaking as an individual, faculty members shall make it clear that they are not speaking as representatives of the school, but as individuals. An individual representing Shenandoah in an official capacity when appointed by the president shall file a written report promptly with the president or designated official for each function attended. The president shall send, at his/her discretion, representatives to such public and academic functions as inaugurations, dedications, ceremonies, etc.
Faculty and staff shall be encouraged to participate in local civic enterprises and activities. The facilities of Shenandoah shall be made available to student and campus organizations, church and community groups when they do not interfere with the academic program. All requests shall be referred to the vice president for student life and then submitted to the president for final approval.
8.2.1 Fundraising – Public Solicitation of Money
Members of the faculty, administrative staff, and student body shall not solicit money from the public, organizations and corporations without the express permission of the president.