FLB(LEGAL) - STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: STUDENT CONDUCT
A person commits an offense if the person, alone or in concert with others, intentionally engages in disruptive activity on the campus or property of an institution of higher education.
"Disruptive activities" are:
- Obstructing or restraining the passage of persons in an exit, entrance, or hallway of a building without the authorization of the administration of the school;
- Seizing control of a building or portion of a building to interfere with an administrative, educational, research, or other authorized activity;
- Preventing or attempting to prevent by force or violence or the threat of force or violence a lawful assembly authorized by the school administration so that a person attempting to participate in the assembly is unable to participate due to the use of force or violence or due to a reasonable fear that force or violence is likely to occur;
- Disrupting by force or violence or the threat of force or violence a lawful assembly in progress; or
- Obstructing or restraining the passage of a person at an exit or entrance to the campus or property or preventing or attempting to prevent by force or violence or by threats of force or violence the ingress or egress of a person to or from the property or campus without the authorization of the administration of the school.
This section may not be construed to infringe on any right of free speech or expression guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States or of this state. [See FLA]
Education Code 37.123(b); 51.935(a)–(b), (e)
Note: For further information regarding conduct on college district property, see GDA. For information regarding weapons on campus, see CHF.