As stated in Rights, Rules, Responsibilities:
Free speech and peaceable assembly are basic requirements of the University as a center for free inquiry and the search for knowledge and insight. These rights involve a concurrent obligation on the part of all members of the University, guests, and visitors to maintain on the campus an atmosphere conducive to scholarly pursuits and to respect the rights of all individuals.
This site contains useful information for those planning a program that may be controversial or wish to exercise their right to free expression.
- Princeton's Commitment to Freedom of Expression
- Guidelines for Virtual Programs
- Respect for Others
- Protests, Demonstrations, and Peaceful Dissent
- Policy Violations and Civil Disobedience
- Planning a Protest, Demonstration, or Program That May be Controversial
- Protecting Free Speech and Open Expression