The College of Humanities & Fine Arts vigorously supports the freedom of its faculty and students to pursue projects of educational value and artistic merit for presentation as part of its public and academic programming. While we do not seek out controversy, we recognize that certain presentations, exhibitions, performances, or lectures may provoke a variety of responses in community members. We welcome dialogue about the College’s projects and encourage community engagement for the betterment of our students’ educations. When possible, we will attempt to provide a public forum to address the issues raised. Please contact us with questions about our policy.