Lewis-Clark State College
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|Public or Private:||Public|
|Federal Circuit:||Ninth Circuit|
|Head of Institution:||President J. Anthony (Tony) Fernandez
Lewis-Clark State College
500 8th Avenue
Lewiston, ID 83501
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On this page, FIRE has excerpted policies that address speech and expression. You may download the full policy in .pdf form, below.
Restrictions on Expressive Rights
Harassment Policies (Learn More)
Residence Life Student Handbook: Discriminatory Behavior 12-13
based on another's status that has the purpose or
effect of creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive
living and learning environment. Status refers to
race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or
disability. ... Behaviors that may constitute
discriminatory harassment include but are not limited
1. Racial, ethnic or other slurs;
2. Malicious name calling;
3. Anonymous notes or phone calls;
4. Derogatory graffiti.
Student Handbook: Student Rights and Responsibilities- Sexual Harassment 12-13
favors and the verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, especially when submission to such conduct
is made, either explicitly or implicitly, a term or condition of a student's education or employment.
Policies on Tolerance, Respect, and Civility (Learn More)
Residence Life Student Handbook: Disruptive Behavior 12-13
not interfere with, annoy, disturb, or obstruct any
other student or staff member of the College by
means of noise, abusive language or any other
Student Handbook: Student Code of Conduct- Verbal Abuse to Others 12-13
safety, academic efforts, employment, or participating in College-sponsored activities and which would
cause a reasonable person to have a reasonable apprehension that such harm is about to occur, or "fighting
words" that are spoken face-to-face as a personal insult to the listener or listeners in personally abusive
language inherently likely to provoke a violent reaction by the listener to the speaker is prohibited.
Residence Life Student Handbook: Decoration Guidelines 12-13
the residence halls will be limited to their room
door and their window, provided that the decorations do not offend their roommate or
clash with community standards.
Residence Life Student Handbook: Room Displays 12-13
inconsistent with accepted standards or College
policies should not be displayed on the outside of
room doors or in general view of the public. This
includes your room windows. For example,
collections of alcoholic beverage containers, posters
of nude men or women, and harassing or intimidating
visual materials are generally considered
Internet Usage Policies
Appropriate Use Policy for Technology 12-13
prohibited activities ... Use of the college's information technology resources to transmit abusive, threatening, or
harassing material, chain letters, SPAM, or communications prohibited by Idaho or federal
Advertised Commitments to Free Expression
Student Handbook: Student Rights and Responsibilities- Individual Rights 12-13
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The speech codes and policies above were last fully checked via internet and other research means by FIRE in April 2013. According to FIRE’s research the substantive policies are current at least until this date. Directory information, including the name of the president of the college or university, may have been updated more recently. If any policy has been revised, or if you believe that we are in error, please contact us.