There shall be no solicitation by outside agents for the sale of goods or services to students on any portion of the property of Fordham University, except as hereinafter provided:
- Display and sale of goods and service to authorized representatives of the University for University purposes.
- Groups and individuals may appear by invitation of authorized University personnel to present proposals for group consideration. Anyone soliciting at the University must have the written permission of the Dean of Students or his designate.
Students of the University may not engage in solicitation on University premises or use the University’s name or facilities without written permission of the Dean of Students. Student organizations may not solicit from individuals or organizations outside of the University without written permission of the Dean of Students' Office.
The advertising, marketing, or merchandising of credit cards to students on the campuses of Fordham University shall not be permitted except under the following conditions:
- No bank, financial institution, or other credit card issuer, either directly or through an agent or representative, shall be allowed to advertise, market, or merchandise credit cards to students on the campuses of Fordham University without the express written permission of the University’s Vice President for Finance.
- No premiums shall be offered during the advertising, marketing, or merchandising of credit cards to students on the campuses of Fordham University without the express written permission of the University’s Vice President for Finance.
- All authorized and approved advertising, marketing, or merchandising shall be restricted to those areas and on those dates approved by the University’s Vice President for Student Affairs or his/her designee. Such activities shall comply at all times with University policies and procedures.
- Any employee, agent, or representative of a firm advertising, marketing or merchandising credit cards to students on the campuses of Fordham University will at all times comply with the directions provided by the employees and agents of the University including the University’s security staff.
Recognizing that it is important that students learn to build and manage their credit wisely, the University, through its Office of Student Affairs will endeavor to offer programs on financial management during orientation and/or during the course of the academic year.
Updated on Monday, August 20, 2012