CSUEB Vending Guidelines
- Vendors must have a valid California resale/seller's permit issued by the Board of Equalization in order to sell goods or services. Registered CSUEB students may also vend at discounted rates (see current Vending Fee Schedule).
- Vendors who collect personal information from students or other customers are responsible for safeguarding the privacy of such information.
- Vendors must be issued an approved permit and pay the fee at the Student Affairs office (AS 1st Floor) each day before setting up in the assigned space. Vending hours are 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm, Monday thru Thursday.
- Canopies/displays must be removed at the end of each vending day. The University or its agents are not liable for loss of or damage to any vendor's inventory, equipment or supplies.
- Vendors may not operate outside of their assigned space. Do not set up table or materials on lawn areas.
- Electrical power is not available at general vending spaces. If electrical outlets are required, please see Student Affairs for more information.
- Distribution of incentive gifts/products/services by the vendor must not be dependent upon the completion/submission of an application by the general public.
- Vending spaces are assigned by Student Affairs on a "first-come, first-served" basis. Spaces should be reserved at least 2 working days in advance.
- Vending fees for non-profit organizations may be waived, unless the Concord Campus is providing table/chair(s) set-up.
- Each vending space is approximately 8 x 10 feet. You may reserve two adjacent spaces at a discounted rate if additional space is required. See Student Affairs for details.
- Vendors may unload their products/display equipment at the vending space after obtaining the permit from Student Affairs. Vehicles are not allowed to be parked in the vending area beyond the time necessary for loading & unloading. Vehicles may be parked in the Student Parking Lot. Daily parking permits are required and may bepurchased from the dispenser in the Student Parking Lot or in the Lobby on the first floor of the Academic Services Building.
- Vendors are requested to notify Student Affairs in writing of any changes in address, phone numbers, business name or representatives.
- Vendors are required to stay at your designated vending space. You may NOT roam the campus nor may you approach or detain passersby.
- The University reserves the right to require a non-refundable deposit from any vendor requesting a reservation for multiple spaces, multiple/sequential days and/or University provided table/chair set-up.
Violations of the Vending Guidelines, University Time, Manner & Place or other campus regulations may result in suspension or discontinuation of vending privileges.
Revised December 11, 2003