Alcohol and Drugs
- Residents under the age of 21 are not allowed to consume or possess alcoholic
beverages. Possessing, consuming, or furnishing alcoholic beverages is
prohibited in public areas, and in all areas of Wellness and Substance Free
halls (including resident Rooms). All local, state and federal alcohol laws are in
- Residents 21 years of age or older not living in a Wellness and Substance-Free
hall may consume alcohol in the privacy of their Room with the door closed.
- Residents 21 years of age or older may only bring alcohol into the residence
halls if concealed.
- Residents may not display full or empty alcoholic beverage containers, and
individuals under 21 years of age and all residents living in Wellness and
Substance Free halls are prohibited from displaying or possessing alcoholic
beverage containers within University Housing facilities or grounds.
- Possession of a rapid-consumption device (a “beer bong’ for example) is
prohibited in the residence halls, and these devices will be confiscated and
- Group activities (more than four people in a room) where alcohol is being
consumed are prohibited.
- Illegal use, possession, or furnishing of controlled substances on university
owned or controlled property or at university sponsored or supervised activities
- Possession or use of illegal drug paraphernalia is prohibited in the residence
halls. Drug paraphernalia includes “bongs”, pipes, vaporizers and other devices
that may be used to facilitate the consumption of illegal drugs. Any illegal drug
paraphernalia found will be confiscated.
- Narcotics and dangerous drugs shall be defined in accordance with the
applicable law as well as the University Student Conduct Code.
- Residents and guests may not be intoxicated by alcohol or any controlled
substance in the residence halls.
- Minors may not be present where alchohol is being consumed. The only exception
is when the minor’s roomate is 21 years of age and consuming in their shared