Bulletin Board Posting
Only materials promoting events/services sponsored by a college department or a student club/organization may be posted on campus bulletin boards.
All materials must include the sponsoring COD group or office's contact
name and phone number. All other postings will be removed and discarded. Bulletin boards will be checked every week for outdated and non-COD related postings. For the location of the community posting board, visit the Office of Student Life in SSC 1217.
Electronic Posting Guidelines
Student clubs and organizations may request electronic posting on the Online Courses
Events Calendar, outdoor LED signs, and indoor plasma screens. The plasma screens
are located in all buildings on campus. The LED signs are located at the intersections
Requests must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event. To be included on these venues, the events must be located on campus with a clear student connection. Special events will be considered for posting on all locations.
Electronic Posting Request Form
Policy for Student Clubs Showing Movies
Before you do any advertising of your event in which a movie will be shown, you need to make sure you will not be violating any copyright restrictions.
All movie presentations sponsored by student clubs are considered public showings. This applies even if it is an educational film, or you are advertising only on campus, or you are not charging admission.
The vast majority of movies, both feature films and documentaries, require that a public performance license be purchased. The sponsoring student club is responsible for the funding of the purchase of the performance license. The public performance license is required even if the movie is acquired from a personal collection, a rental store, or a library. Proof of purchase of the required license or a license waiver must be provided to the Office of Student Life before any advertising may be done for your event in which a movie will be shown.
Under the Fair Use exemption, only clips of approximately three minutes in length are permitted to be shown by clubs.
The Office of Student Life staff will assist in locating the copyright holder of any film and with the purchase of the public performance license.
News at COD
Job seekers and community members seeking horticultural and landscaping services will have the opportunity to network and meet with potential employers at a free Horticulture Career and Job Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 12, at the COD main campus.Read More
Argonne National Lab's Emily Zvolanek Discusses Geographic Information Systems at Free COD STEMinar Feb. 13
Learn how researchers capture, manipulate and analyze geographic data during "The Power Behind Maps: Geographic Information Systems" at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 13, on the College's Glen Ellyn campus, 425 Fawell Blvd.Read More
The College of DuPageCenter for Diversity and Inclusion presents "Black Migrations," a series of events to celebrate Black History Month in February at the Glen Ellyn campus.Read More
College of DuPage, in partnership with School District 89, is offering free assistance with electronic filing of state and federal tax returns.Read More
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