The vast majority of colleges and universities in America promise to uphold their student’s free speech rights. This laudable commitment — informed by First Amendment law and the cultural underpinning of free expression — demands a multifaceted approach to campus free speech issues. By understanding how the First Amendment and free speech principles apply on campus, educational professionals can create a rigorous and academically challenging learning environment inclusive to all students. This session will provide a complete overview of free speech on campus, with a focus on how campus administrators can best support the fraternity and sorority experience.
Program attendees will grow their knowledge in the Core Competencies of Governance and Navigating Complexity.
Presented by: Zachary Greenberg, Foundation for Individual Rights in Education