The University prohibits recruiting in any public space on campus, or in any room not specifically designated for recruiting activities. Examples of space properly designated for recruiting include the career center, rooms reserved for information sessions and career fair space.
The following activities, which are considered on-campus soliciting, are prohibited outside of recruiting designated spaces:
- Tabling in any UT public space, including the West Mall and the Texas Union.
- Posting flyers or other marketing materials on any kiosk, bulletin board or public space on the UT campus.
- Recruiting at student organization meetings - read more in the section below.
- Recruiting in classrooms.
- Distributing recruiting email blasts to students in the UT Austin directory.
- Collecting student information, including resumes, on campus.
- Working with student groups, representatives, interns or ambassadors to recruit for your company/organization or to promote your opportunities, products or services to UT Austin students on campus.Student Representatives/Ambassadors/Interns: UT students representing your company on campus share the same prohibitions and permissions as employer representatives.
In addition to UT Austin's solicitation policy, employers are also prohibited from posting positions which require students/employees to participate in commercial activity on campus, including taking photographs which may infringe on trademarks. If you have questions about UT's trademark policies, please contact Craig Westemeier, Director of Trademark and Licensing.