Rules of conduct in graduation sessions

On the occasion of the celebrations following graduation sessions, new graduates, their friends and family members are invited to abide by specific behavioral rules that guarantee the dignity and the decorum of the university institution, and such as to avoid damage to people and things. 
In particular, they are requested to avoid:
• the launch of products that can damage or disfigure walls, roads and other movable and immovable property of the University and surrounding areas;
• setting up of refreshment areas with the administration of alcoholic and non-alcoholic food and drinks;
• the dirtying of internal and external spaces and the trampling of flower beds;
• the abandonment of bottles and other glass objects on the streets and sidewalks that may constitute a danger to passers-by;
• the posting of posters of various types on walls and trees;
• noises and chants that can cause annoyance and disturbance during lessons, to the University staff and to the inhabitants of the area;
• all other behaviours not in line with the normal institutional activities of the University.
Where such celebrations lead to criminal offenses, integrating the cases of damage or disfigurement (articles 345, 635, 635-bis, 664, 639, 733 of the Italian penal code), theft (article 624 of the Italian penal code), harassment (articles 659, 660 of the Italian penal code), the University will report the responsible persons to the judicial authorities for the imposition of the foreseen sanctions.
In the event of damage, the University will take appropriate compensation actions against those responsible, for the protection of its assets and safety, also taking into account that the university areas are under video surveillance. The aforementioned provisions are intended to be violated only through verification by the supervisory staff and the preparation of the related report. 
Please be informed that with Resolution no. 398/25438 of 02/28/02, the University Board has decided to suspend the accreditations in force for the assignment of photographic services during graduation sessions, freeing up access to any photographers. 
Therefore, the University of Parma is not responsible for the photographers present during such sessions.