II.C.1. Relationships with Community Organizations
II.C.1.01. Relationships with Community Organizations Policy
The College supports opportunities for ongoing relationships with community organizations through joint projects, activities, and sponsorships.
(a) Raffle means the awarding of one or more prizes by chance at a single occasion among a pool or group of persons who have paid or promised a thing of value for a ticket that represents a chance to win a prize.
II.C.1.03. Contests and Awarding of Prizes
Contests and activities sponsored by community-based organizations involving participation by students or employees or granting of awards or prizes to students or employees may be permitted by the College with prior approval by the Chancellor or the College President or their designee.
II.C.1.04. Campaigns or Activities for Raising Money
Campaigns or activities for raising money may be permitted by the College by prior approval of the Chancellor and College President or their designees.
II.C.1.05. Charitable Raffles
An organization that is a qualified non-profit organization for purposes of The Charitable Raffle Enabling Act may conduct raffles to benefit the College provided the organization complies with state law. Organizations seeking to conduct a raffle to benefit the College must submit a request and receive approval from the Office of the General Counsel.
LSCS Policy Manual Section adopted by the Board of Trustees on December 1, 2016