If the campus already has a Christian and a Catholic Group, can they turn down a proposal to create a Secular Group that would have key functions, just without religion?
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I am curious as to what kind: a social group, a study group, a group that meets just to discuss various subjects like my friend's aesthetic club? I'm being very nosey.
Absolutely you can start one. Freedom of assembly is for sure guaranteed in our federal and all state constitutions. That means we can gather together for any lawful purpose on "state" land as long as we do not violate some other law like trespass.
Thanks Eric. I want to start a secular students club to work on various charitable things in our area. Mostly the homeless population and foster group homes.
Religious students at our tax-payer supported university system have formed some groups, Baptist, Methodist, etc., and years ago were meeting on-campus. Times have changed. They may be meeting off-campus now. I would have to check.