On May 1, Young Americans for Liberty sued various officials of the University of Georgia at Athens, over the campus restrictions on First Amendment activity on campus. University rules say free speech activity, including petitioning, must be confined to two tiny areas on campus that include only one-tenth of 1% of the square area of the campus.
Other areas of the campus may be used, but only if students request a permit at least 48 hours in advance. Even in the two small “free expression areas”, permission must be obtained. The case is Young Americans for Liberty at the University of Georgia v Morehead, U.S. District Court, middle district, 3:14cv-39. The University is public, not private. Here is the Complaint. Page 12 says the group would like to circulate petitions, among other activities.