Unsanctioned teaching by students in University facilities is strictly prohibited by the Arizona Board of Regents (Policy 5-303 Prohibited Conduct #16 and Policy 5-308 Student Code of Conduct F. #9) and subject to disciplinary action. Unsanctioned teaching includes but is not limited to any instruction (e.g. private lessons or classes) for personal income using School of Music practice rooms, classrooms, and/or instruments. In addition, the following is excerpted from the ASU Academic Affairs Manual ACD 123 Misuse of University Assets policy:
ASU is responsible for the appropriate use of its assets. In substantiated cases of misuse of those assets, it is the policy of the university to obtain full restitution, to impose administrative sanctions, and to refer violations of criminal statutes for prosecution. “University assets” are items of tangible or intangible property owned by ASU [and] include buildings, equipment, furniture. “Misuse” includes the illegal use of university assets that result in gain to the individual or a third party and no benefit to the university. Examples include but are not limited to using university assets for personal or non-ASU purposes; acts that reduce the value of university assets, and have not been expressly authorized by ASU.
Please observe basic security while using practice rooms. Do not leave personal items unattended and check for personal belongings when you vacate the room.