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Can a public college legally turn down a Secular Group?


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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    MizBejabbers 2 years ago

    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.


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    MizBejabbers 2 years ago

    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.

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