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POSTPONEMENTS

No contest shall be postponed without the approval of the Intramural Director.

a. A contest that is postponed without the consent of the director will be recorded as a

loss to both teams.

b. Permission for postponement must be requested 24 hours before the regularly

scheduled game. The director may make allowances for unforeseen circumstances.

PROTEST PROCEDURES

a. Protests shall not be considered if they are based on a decision made by

an official.

b. Written protests must be filed with the Intramural Director by 4:00 PM the date

following the protested game. If a game is played on a weekend, the written protest

must be filed by 9:00 AM the first working day following the event.

c. Protests shall be decided by the Intramural Director. Students may appeal this

decision to the Student Appeals Committee.

HEALTH AND INJURIES

Lake Region State College does not accept responsibility for injuries or health problems

which may result from intramural competition.

USE OF COLLEGE FACILITIES

Students and student organizations are permitted to use college facilities for recreation and

to further their educational process. Usage policies and procedures must be followed to

ensure equal opportunity, orderly use of facilities and security.

RESERVING SPACE

Student organizations recognized by the Student Senate and other college-related

groups desiring to use college space must obtain permission from the Office of the

President. All activities must be scheduled on the main college calendar located in

this office.

REGULATIONS REGARDING SIGNS, POSTERS

AND OTHER PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS

All bulletin boards are under jurisdiction of the department or administrative office that

maintains it. No posters or publicly distributed materials should contain obscene, vulgar or

libelous material. Any material should not be distributed which contains information which

violates college usage policies or any federal, state, or local law.

Posters, banners and other materials must be displayed using the following guidelines:

01. All items should be placed only on bulletin boards, freestanding display boards, or

wall tacks.

02. All items should be removed the day following the event.

THE DEN

The Den is is designed to have a relaxing, fun atmosphere and is open to all students 24/7.

The only time that the Den is booked is when Student Senate has brought in musical acts,

speakers, dances, and other special events. There are DVD players and game consoles

available. There are also many classic board games available to students, as well as ping-

pong, darts, foosball and billiards.