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Response to Alcohol and Drug Use at St. Norbert College

This fall, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Task Force will be launching new guidelines for response to violations of the college’s drug and alcohol policy. The sanctioning policies for violations are in place to educate students and help them understand that all actions have consequences. The goal of this effort is to provide a clearer message to the community about the expectations for student behavior. The vast majority of our students already make responsible choices. These policies were created with the intent to educate, guide, support and empower students to make intelligent decisions that promote their personal and academic well-being.

Alcohol Violations

Category 1st Offense 2nd Offense 3rd Offense 4th Offense
A
Use or possession but not disruptive when confronted
Residential probation for 1 year

$50 fine

AlcoholEdu
Disciplinary probation for 1 year

$100 fine

Alcohol assessment

Restriction from housing options

Parent notification letter

Disciplinary probation for tenure at college

$200 fine

Automatic referral to Retention Action Committee (RAC)

Parent notification letter

Immediate dismissal from the college

Parent notification letter

B
Use, possession, hosting or selling, high-risk use

Disciplinary probation for 1 year
$100 fine

AlcoholEdu

Alcohol assessment

Parent notification letter

Disciplinary probation for tenure at college

$200 fine

Restriction from housing options

Automatic referral to Retention Action Committee (RAC)

2 follow-up sessions with Counseling Center for review of recent alcohol assessment

1 follow-up with Health and Wellness (optional)

Restriction from participation in extracurricular activities, which include, but are not limited to: social organizations, student organizations, athletics, ROTC, etc.

Parent notification letter

Suspension from the college for 1 semester

$300 fine

Parent notification letter

Immediate dismissal from college

Parent notification letter

Medical Transport
Transport to a medical facility due to use compromising physical well-being

2 follow-up meetings with Counseling Center

1 follow-up meeting with Health & Wellness

Automatic referral to RAC

Drugs and Other Controlled Substances Violations

Category 1st Offense 2nd Offense 3rd Offense 4th Offense
A
Use or possession but not disruptive when confronted 

Disciplinary probation for 1 year

$100 fine

Drug assessment

Parent notification letter

Disciplinary probation for tenure at college

$200 fine

Automatic referral to RAC

2 follow-up sessions with Counseling Center for review of recent drug assessment

Restriction from participation in extracurricular activities, which include, but are not limited to: social organizations, student organizations, athletics, ROTC, etc.

Parent notification letter

Immediate suspension from college for 1 year

Reinstatement contingent on completed sanctions

Parent notification letter

Immediate expulsion from the college

Parent notification letter

B
Use, possession, hosting or selling, high-risk use 

$400 fine

Automatic referral to RAC

2 follow-up sessions with Counseling Center for review of recent drug assessment

Restriction from participation in extracurricular activities, which include, but are not limited to: social organizations, student organizations, athletics, ROTC, etc.

Parent notification letter

$400 fine

Automatic referral to RAC

2 follow-up sessions with Counseling Center for review of recent drug assessment

Restriction from participation in extracurricular activities, which include, but are not limited to: social organizations, student organizations, athletics, ROTC, etc.

Parent notification letter

Immediate dismissal from college

Parent notification letter

Immediate dismissal from college

Parent notification letter

Medical Transport
Transport to a medical facility due to use compromising physical well-being 

2 follow-up meetings with Counseling Center

1 follow-up meeting with Health & Wellness

Automatic referral to RAC


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