Freedom of Speech - The U.S. Constitution protects your right to express personal religious and political beliefs in writing, speech, and visual or performing arts while at a public university. In class, a professor may ask you to take positions you disagree with, so long as he doesn’t require you to agree with those positions outside the classroom.
Freedom of Association - Christian and conservative student groups have the same right to associate on public university campuses as any other group.
Free Exercise of Religious Beliefs - Public universities cannot compel you to publicly advocate views and adopt values that are contrary to your beliefs.
Equal Access - All recognized student groups have the same right to access resources a university has made available. This includes funding, meeting rooms, mail systems, or other campus resources.
Equal Opportunity - As a student, you have the right to be free from censorship, reprisal, or punishment for your beliefs. Students with religious or conservative beliefs should have the same chance at academic success, employment, and promotion.