Brigham Young University–Hawaii ("BYU–Hawaii" or "university") faculty, staff, and students are, by virtue of their affiliation to the university, representatives of BYU–Hawaii at all times. Because of this, BYU–Hawaii does not encourage promotional business activities involving its faculty, staff, or student body in their university capacity.
Only under extraordinary circumstances will the university grant permission for individuals or groups to become involved in promotional activities.
Companies who wish to promote special food items or services on campus must contact the university’s Purchasing Department. This department will take the appropriate action for clearance.
Businesses and communities must first clear project proposals through their respective Chambers of Commerce. If a Chamber gives endorsement to a promotional project, the firm(s) should request permission to involve university personnel through University Communications. Business people should clearly understand the university does not intend the procedures governing special promotional activities to curtail the business people’s advertising programs through campus publications or making employment arrangements with any student.
4. RELATED POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Executive Sponsor: University President
Approved by President's Council November 15, 2001: previously approved version (Policy IX.E)
Updated by President’s Council: 01/10/2010
Full revision history maintained by the Office of Compliance & Ethics.