Wallace Community College respects your need to engage in expressive activities on either of the two campuses. Expressive activities are defined as those activities protected under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article 1, Section 4 of the Alabama Constitution of 1901, including any lawful verbal, written, or electronic communication of ideas; lawful forms of peaceful assembly, protests, and speeches; distributing literature; carrying signs; and circulating petitions. Expressive activities inside the College buildings are prohibited.
To engage in an expressive activity on the College grounds, a College Community member (as explained in the Expressive Activity Policy) must complete the Expressive Activity Request form or contact the Student Life Coordinator’s office. The Director of Student and Campus Services on the Wallace Campus or the Coordinator of Student Services on the Sparks Campus serves as the approval authority for Expressive Activities. Permission is subject to the Expressive Activities Policy and the College Rules and Regulations.