Relay is committed to providing a welcoming environment to those who wish to learn from the institution and help it improve. Therefore, many visitors regularly observe at Relay. When those visitors are members of the press, Relay will always (a) send faculty members and students an email in advance of journalists’ presence in classes and (b) inform journalists that neither faculty members’ nor students’ names or identifying information may be used without their direct consent. Relay encourages students to obtain permission from their school leaders before sharing school-level information with the press. No visitor may record, photograph, or film a Relay session without the prior permission of the campus Dean's Office, provost, or president.
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