The student-faculty ratio is 11:1.
Electronic Bulletin Boards
The electronic bulletin boards (Morton, Bagby, Graham, Settle, Bortz Library) display the posters of academic departments and campus organizations that are recognized by either the Student Senate or the Administration.
Posters should be informational and clearly indicate the name of the sponsoring organization.
Posters that advocate political or social action are not displayed on the electronic bulletin boards.
For example: If the H-SC Political Club wishes to display a poster on the electronic bulletin boards informing the campus that candidate X will be on campus on a certain date, that is acceptable. However, if the H-SC Political Club wishes to display a poster on the electronic bulletin boards urging members of the college community to vote for candidate X, that is not acceptable.
The Communications Office reserves the right to determine which posters are suitable for the electronic bulletin boards. If a poster is not considered suitable, every effort will be made to inform the sponsor as soon as possible.
This does not prevent recognized organizations from posting advocacy posters on traditional bulletin boards throughout the campus and on doors of major College buildings, except Atkinson Hall, Graham Hall, the Bortz Library, Johns Auditorium, Kirk Athletic Center, and Kirby Field House.