CODE OF CONDUCT
Guests who attend Friendship Games, whether as members of a competing team, spectators, vendors, or support staff, are all expected to display conduct that is civil, respectful, appropriate and fitting for the event and the expectations of the host campus.
Friendship Games is the biggest student-led event we have on the Cal State Fullerton campus. CSUF PASA would like to continue this tradition, but we will need the support and cooperation of all participating schools to uphold the values of S.P.U.F. as well as Cal State Fullerton’s commitment to civility “as an expression of respect for others and for the tasks we share.” Our university standards for student conduct state that “students are expected to be good citizens and to engage in responsible behaviors that reflect well upon their university, to be civil to one another and to others in the campus community, and contribute positively to student and university life.”
Therefore, to ensure the safety and educational value of PASA Friendship Games, participants or patrons who exhibit any form of “anti-S.P.U.F. “ behavior– behavior that contradicts, undermines, or otherwise devalues Spirit, Pride, Unity, and Friendship –will be escorted out of Friendship Games and will not be allowed to re-enter.
Anti-S.P.U.F. behavior include but are not limited to:
• Disrespectful, anti-SPUF slogans or images that appear on clothing, props, or posters
• Verbal or physical harassment (i.e., heckling, mean-spirited teasing, etc.)
• Verbal or physical intimidation (i.e., antagonistic or aggressive behavior)
• Destruction of property
• Any behavior that police, event staff, advisors staffing the event, or PASA board members deem inappropriate or harmful for the event.