There is no alcohol allowed in the Auburn University Student Center, Eagle’s Nest or Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center.
Due to space limitations at our late night venue, we ask that you leave your bags in your car. We will allow you to bring your shoe bags and purses inside the building, but anything aside from those two items will not be allowed and we will ask you to put it away before you can enter the building.
Safe Space Policy
Our organization is dedicated to providing an exciting and fun dance experience for attendees to all of our events. Our organization is welcome to all, regardless of gender/gender identity, race, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, religion, or any other potentially segregating criteria.
At all of our events, we insist that all attendees, faculty, officers, staff, instructors, and volunteers adhere to the safe space policy rules outlined below.
Safe Space Rules
- Dance in a manner that the person you are dancing with is comfortable with. The “right” way to dance is in a way that both partners are comfortable, regardless of what else is taught or who dances in a different way.
- Be respectful to all people. Do not use misogynist, misandrist, homophobic, transphobic, ableist, racist, or other prejudiced language.
- Do not harass anyone at our events. Harassment includes offensive verbal comments, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of workshops or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.
- Do not make any unwanted physical or sexual advances. No exceptions, no excuses!
The AUSDA will respond to rule violations with verbal warnings, expulsion from the event, expulsion from the club, contacting of local law enforcement, contact of Auburn University, and/or other actions at officers discretion. Please take a moment to review the rules listed above before attending our events in order to ensure understanding and prevent unfortunate events.
Auburn University reserves the right to enforce action upon any situations that involve Auburn University students, especially in compliance with US Department of Education Policy (including Title IX of the Higher Education Amendments of 1972) independent of any action by AUSDA.
We care about your safety and well-being greatly. If anyone or anything makes you feel uncomfortable at our events, or you see someone else being harassed, please do not hesitate to call, email, text, or speak to any of the individuals listed below. You may also contact us anonymously using the contact form below.
Rebecca Rebuck (706) 536-6187 Matthew Stinson (251) 228-2014
Call or text: 334-787-9464 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org