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1 DRUG AND ALCOHOL PREVENTION PROGRAM REPORT Beth Finders, Dean of Student Success ST. CHARLES COMMUNITY COLLEGE: COTTLEVILLE, MO

2 Table of Contents General Information - SCC Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program... 1 Drug and Alcohol Prevention Planning... 1 Tobacco-Free Campus... 2 Compliance... 2 Students... 2 Student Notifications... 3 Drug and Alcohol Intervention Task Force Campus Events Drug and Alcohol Report Student Handbook Student Conduct, Discipline and Due Process Student Clubs From Club Sports Manual: Drug-Free Environment From Club Sports Manual: Conduct Clause From the and Club Sports Manual: Drug-Free Environment From the and Club Sports Manual: Conduct Clause Athletics Department - Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug Policy Smoke-Free/Drug-Free Environment Conduct Clause Alcohol/Drugs Penalty for Alcohol/Drug Use at NJCAA Events:... 17

3 Tobacco Penalty for Use of Tobacco Products at NJCAA Events: Disciplinary Action Substance Abuse Policy Reporting Policy Substance Abuse Policy Disciplinary Procedures Community Resources Employees Illicit Drugs and Alcohol Sanctions/Penalties Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Appendix... i

4 General Information - SCC Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program St. Charles Community College (SCC) is a drug-free institution and operates within the guidelines as set forth in the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act. Education Department General Administrative Regulations [EDGAR Part 86] requires that an institute of higher education (IHE) have adopted and implemented a program to prevent the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol by students and employees. In response, St. Charles Community College (SCC) has adopted and implemented programs and policies to prevent the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees both on the institution s premises and as part of any of its activities. This legislation directs SCC to maintain a written policy on alcohol and other drugs and to maintain a process that ensures policy distribution to all students, faculty, and staff. The policy enumerates federal, state, and local sanctions for unlawful possession or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol. It describes health risks associated with alcohol abuse or illicit drug use, provides disciplinary sanctions imposed on students and employees for those in violation of such policies, and offers information regarding treatment programs available for students and employees. SCC prohibits the unlawful manufacture, possession, use or distribution of drugs on the campus, college sites, and client sites or at any college-sponsored event. The possession, use, or distribution of alcoholic beverages on campus, college sites, client sites, instructional activities, or at college-sponsored events is prohibited unless specifically approved by the president. See SCC board policy SubstanceFreeEnvironment.html for additional information. SCC provides drug and alcohol prevention activities and programs throughout the semester. For additional resources, see Drug and Alcohol Prevention Planning SCC has developed a plan to guide our drug and alcohol prevention efforts with four strategies in mind: Environmental Management We have created a combination of programs, policies, and educational efforts designed to create a campus community that supports and encourages healthy decision-making regarding alcohol and other drugs. Harm Reduction SCC initiates counseling and interventions for at-risk behaviors and manages those risks though the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) and modifications. Prevention-Education 1

5 SCC has regular planned activities, programs, and outreach which inform and empower students with information, and education in order to reduce their risk of drug and alcohol related problems in order to help them make safe and productive decisions. Social Norming SCC is working to build an evidence-based approach to educate students that comparison to peers may be a misperception as it relates to peer drinking/binge drinking/ and other drugs. Surveys will be on-going to support this initiative. Tobacco-Free Campus The College is committed to providing an environment that is safe and healthy. The use of tobacco, smoking and simulated smoking products are prohibited on all college property and in all college vehicles. Signage is clearly posted on the perimeter of the property, at all entrances and other prominent places. Students who repeatedly violate the policy may be referred to the dean of students, and may be disciplined under the student code of conduct as appropriate. Prohibited usage of products include, but are not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, pipes, electronic cigarettes, E-cigarettes and smokeless tobacco. See SCC board policy for additional information. Compliance In compliance with the Federal Drug Free Schools and Communities Act, the Office of Student Development notified all full- and part-time SCC students of the alcohol and substance abuse policies and programs most recently on the dates listed below. Students are notified via a mass e- mail communication with links to policies and procedures. The Department of Public Safety published the St. Charles Community College annual campus security report as required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, 20 USC 1092(f) and informed students of the website to view the report. In addition, the report is published in a hard copy brochures easily accessible to students, employees, and visitors in public areas of campus. Students Students are expected to comply with local, state, and federal laws pertaining to alcoholic beverages, controlled substances, and illicit drugs. In addition, the manufacture, distribution, sale, possession, consumption, use or conveyance of alcoholic beverages, controlled substances, and illegal drugs and/or possession of drug paraphernalia by any student on College property, at any collegesponsored student activity, or at SCC approved classes, field trips, or activities off campus is strictly prohibited. This includes possession of alcoholic beverage containers. No student shall be in an intoxicated condition, which may be evidenced by disorderly, obscene or indecent conduct or appearance, while on campus or at a college- approved event off campus. No student shall furnish or cause to be furnished any alcoholic beverage to any person under the legal drinking age. Missouri under-age drinking laws will be enforced through legal referrals and/or reporting of incidents to the St. Charles Community College Police Department and/or Cottleville, Missouri Police Department. SCC will enforce these guidelines through sanctions for violations of alcohol and drug policies and the Student Code of Conduct. Sanctions may include a verbal warning, written warning, loss of 2

6 privileges, probation, suspension, expulsion from the campus, or imposition of a lesser sanction. Sanctions may also include classes, community service, referrals for appropriate counseling and/or referral to local law enforcement for prosecution. If a student is convicted of violating criminal laws regarding alcohol or drugs, they may be subject to civil action. Legal sanctions may include classes, community service, fines, prison terms, loss of driving privileges, and mandated rehabilitation programs. Student Notifications Students are notified through their SCC (Cougar mail) accounts. Notifications for are as follows: A Healthy Campus was sent to All Active Students (Higher Education Opportunity Act): March 27, 2012 September 10, 2012 February 11, 2013 September 12, 2013 February 14, 2014 Notice of the Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program was sent to All Active Students on the following dates: October 24, 2013 March 3, 2014 Annual Copyright Notification of Students to meet HEOA requirements was sent to All Active Students on the following dates: September 10, 2010 January 28, 2011 September 20, 2011 March 3, 2013 September 20, 2013 February 21, 2014 Clery Act s were sent to All Active Students, as follows: Twitter threats notice sent August 20, 2013 Bomb threat notice sent September 10, 2013 Missing student sent March 24, 2014 The following message is sent to All Students twice annually: A Healthy Campus - St. Charles Community College encourages students to make healthy life choices. This includes a balanced diet, regular exercise, obtaining plenty of rest, and refraining from the use of alcohol, tobacco products, and/or other controlled/illegal drugs. Substance-Free Environment - St. Charles Community College is a drug-free institution and operates within the guidelines set forth in the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989, the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 and the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 and the Drug-Free Workplace Act of The college prohibits the unlawful manufacture, 3

7 possession, use or distribution of drugs on campus, college sites, and client sites or at any college-sponsored event. The possession, use or distribution of alcoholic beverages on campus, college sites, client sites, instructional activities and at college-sponsored events is prohibited unless specifically approved by the president. The use of tobacco products is prohibited on all college property and in all college vehicles. Violation of this policy may result in disciplinary action, including dismissal. SubstanceFreeEnvironment.html Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Regulations The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Regulations (Education Department General Administrative Regulations [EDGAR]), notes that no institution of higher education shall be eligible to receive funds or any other form of financial assistance under any Federal program, including participation in any federally funded or guaranteed student loan program, unless the institution certifies to the Secretary that the institution has adopted and has implemented a program to prevent the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol by students and employees. In response, SCC has adopted and implemented program and policies to prevent the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees. Student Standard of Conduct Students are expected to comply with local and state laws pertaining to alcoholic beverages, controlled substances and illegal drugs. In addition, the manufacture, distribution, sale, possession, consumption, use or transportation of alcoholic beverages, controlled substances and illegal drugs and/or possession of drug paraphernalia by any student on College property, at any collegesponsored student activity, or at SCC approved classes, field trips or activities off campus shall be strictly prohibited. This includes possession of alcoholic beverage containers. No student shall be in an intoxicated condition, which may be evidenced by disorderly, obscene or indecent conduct or appearance, while on campus or at a college- approved event off campus. No student shall furnish or cause to be furnished any alcoholic beverage to any person under the legal drinking age. Missouri under-age drinking laws will be enforced through judicial referrals and, or reporting incidents to the St. Charles County Sheriff s Office Department. College Sanctions SCC will impose sanctions for violations of SCC alcohol and drug policies and the Student Code of Conduct. Sanctions may include a verbal warning, written warning, loss of privileges, probation, suspension, expulsion from the halls and/or campus, or imposition of a lesser sanction. Sanctions may also include classes, community service, referrals for appropriate counseling and/or referral to local law enforcement for prosecution. If a student is convicted of violating criminal laws regarding alcohol or drugs, they may be subject to civil action. Legal sanctions may include classes, community service, fines, prison terms, loss of driving privileges, and mandated rehabilitation programs (see below). 4

8 Legal Sanctions SCC supports the laws and regulations of the United States of America, the State of Missouri, St. Charles County, and the City of Cottleville as well as the counties and cities in which our outreach sites are located. Each student and employee is expected to do the same. Applicable legal sanctions under state, local, and federal law can include: forfeiture of personal property and real estate, fines, revocation of driver s license, probation, parole, imprisonment, mandatory minimum sentences, and deportation for non-us citizens. A Federal Trafficking Penalties table, obtained from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (http://www.justice.gov/dea/druginfo/ftp3.shtml), is provided below: Federal Trafficking Penalties Chart One - Download PDF 5

9 Federal Trafficking Penalties Chart Two - Download PDF Missouri and St. Charles County Penalties A complete listing of Missouri substances, how they are placed on the schedule and additional drug information, can be found at: Missouri drug regulations can be found at: Health Risks Substance abuse may result in a wide array of serious health and behavioral problems. Substance abuse has both long and short-term effects on the body and the mind. Alcohol and drugs are toxic to the human body. In addition to the problem of toxicity, contaminant poisonings often occur with illegal drug use. HIV infection with intravenous drug use is a prevalent hazard. Acute health problems may include heart attack, stroke, and sudden death, which can occur for first time cocaine users. Long lasting effects caused by drug and alcohol abuse can cause problems such as disruption of normal heart rhythm, high blood pressure, leaks of blood vessels in the brain, bleeding and destruction of brain cells, possible memory loss, infertility, impotency, immune system impairment, kidney failure, cirrhosis of the liver, and pulmonary damage. Drug use during pregnancy may result in fetal damage and birth defects causing hyperactivity, neurological abnormalities, and developmental difficulties. Additional health risks can include: Substance Alcohol Amphetamines Some Possible Long-Term Effects toxic psychosis, physical dependence, neurological and liver damage, fetal alcohol syndrome, impaired judgment loss of appetite, delusions, hallucinations, heart problems, 6

10 uppers, speed, crank Barbiturates barbs, bluebirds, blues Benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax, Ativan, Dalmane, Rohypnol) benzos, downers, sleepers, tranqs, roofies Cocaine & Cocaine freebase coke Codeine Heroin H, junk, smack Inhalants ames, gas, laughing gas, poppers, snappers LSD acid MDA, MDMA, MOMA ecstasy, xtc Marijuana (cannabis) pot, grass, dope, weed, joints Mescaline (peyote cactus) mesc, peyote Methaqualone ludes Morphine M, morf PCP crystal, tea, angel dust Psilocybin magic mushrooms, hypertension, irritability, insomnia, toxic psychosis, rebound depression severe withdrawal symptoms, possible convulsions, toxic psychosis, depression, physical dependence, impaired judgment impaired judgment, sedation, panic reaction, seizures, psychological dependence, physical dependence loss of appetite, depression, weight loss, seizure, heart attack, stroke, hypertension, psychosis, chronic cough, nasal passage injury, hallucinations loss of appetite, depression, weight loss, seizure, heart attack, stroke, hypertension, psychosis, chronic cough, nasal passage injury, hallucinations physical dependence, constipation, loss of appetite, lethargy, respiratory depression psychological dependence, psychotic reactions, confusion, frozen airway, sudden death may intensify existing psychosis, panic reactions, can interfere with psychological adjustment and social functioning, insomnia, flashbacks same as LSD, sleeplessness, nausea, confusion, increased blood pressure,sweating, paranoia bronchitis, conjunctivitis, mood swings, paranoia, lethargy, impaired concentration may intensify existing psychosis, hallucinations at high dose coma, convulsions physical dependence, constipation, loss of appetite, lethargy psychotic behavior, violent acts, psychosis, hallucinations at high dose may intensify existing psychosis 7

11 shrooms Steroids roids, juice cholesterol imbalance, acne, baldness, anger management problems, masculinization of women, breast enlargement in men, premature fusion of long bones preventing attainment of normal height, atrophy of reproductive organs, impotence, reduced fertility, stroke, hypertension, congestive heart failure, liver damage, depression Provided courtesy of the University of Washington. Treatment Programs A mental health counselor is available to assist all current SCC credit students. If you have any personal issues that are interfering with your success, the counselor is here to help. The first step is up to you. Call to make an appointment or just to talk. You can also the counselor at to find out more. Appointments can be seen in ADM 1204, Office S, or if a student prefers, appointments can be seen off-campus at Bridgeway Behavioral Health in St. Charles. Confidentiality is always a priority in a counseling situation and is a key to the success of the experience. As a client, you can trust that your privacy will be protected. A mental health counselor is available after hours at Bridgeway Behavioral Health, For the treatment of substance abuse, these resources are available to students: Alcoholics Anonymous , National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency 800-NCA-CALL, Alcohol and Drug Referral National Institute on Drug Abuse HELP, Parents Resource Institute for Drug Information Sexual Offenses Students who have been sexually harassed, assaulted or victimized in any way are encouraged to report the incident as soon as possible to the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs (Room 2110 SSB, ), the Interim Dean of Students (Room 1104 I SSB, ), or the Department of Public Safety (Campus Services Building, ). These individuals will assist the student with considerations of medical/mental health care options, as well as the filing of charges though the Student Conduct, Due Process, and Discipline system as well as with external law enforcement agencies. SCC contracts with Bridgeway Behavioral Health to provide short-term counseling to credit students. The contracted counselor will also assist students by providing referrals to community based treatment centers for alcohol or substance abuse issues. Call to set up an appointment. Student Conduct, Discipline and Due Process 8

12 SCC will cooperate fully with law enforcement and other agencies. SCC reserves the right to initiate disciplinary proceedings for violations of the Student Conduct Code, even if criminal charges are brought forward by the appropriate authorities. Disciplinary actions by SCC are independent of any criminal or civil proceedings. Upon admission, students assume an obligation to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the college s function as an educational institution and to comply with the laws enacted by federal, state and local governments. If this obligation is ignored, the college must institute appropriate discipline. Students may be subject to disciplinary sanctions for conduct that constitutes a hazard to the health, safety or well-being of members of the college community or which is detrimental to the college s interest whether such conduct occurs on campus, off campus or at college-sponsored events. Crime Reporting SCC encourages all students to participate in safe behavior and to be aware of their surrounds. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to report crime, criminal activity or suspicious activity to the Department of Public Safety at (on campus, dial 8545). DPS will investigate any crime or criminal activity that occurs on campus. Alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, firearms and weapons of any type are not permitted on campus. The use of tobacco products is also prohibited. Any person violating the law or college rules and regulations regarding any of these items is subject to appropriate disciplinary action and/or criminal charges. Crime Statistics St. Charles Community College complies with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act enacted by Congress in 1990 (Clery Act). SCC Department of Public Safety maintains the campus crime statistics report. For a copy of the annual report on crime awareness and campus safety, including the previous year s crime statistics for campus, contact the DPS at or see Confidentiality of Student Records St. Charles County Community College, like all public colleges and universities, is subject to the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), also known as the Buckley Amendment. FERPA is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. For additional information, see Contact for Questions or Concerns: Dean of Enrollment Services ( or e- mail (End of communication to students) 9

13 Drug and Alcohol Intervention Task Force A task force was implemented in the summer of 2013 and charged with the development of a comprehensive drug and alcohol intervention program for current students, faculty, and staff as well as community members. The task force consisted of the Dean of Students, Student Activities Manager, Psychology Faculty, SCC Nursing Faculty, Graduate Student of UMSL doing practicum work, Health and Physical Education Chair/Faculty, Bridgeway Mental Health Counselor, and 35 students in a Psychology of Drugs and Behavior course for the fall 2013 term. The program that was developed and implemented included three full days of programing specifically designed to educate regarding the effects of drugs and alcohol. The program was offered in fall 2013 for three days and in spring 2014 for two days. A Drugs and Behavior Psychology course developed posters for a college-wide poster display; various goggles were purchased that depict different levels of blood alcohol content and students were given the opportunity to walk the line while wearing them; educational slider brochures that depict every class of drugs were offered; brochures for students were available; public service announcements were made by students and professionals; and testing papers were supplied to determine if a drug had been put into a drink. The program was presented in the Student Center and the Social Sciences Building Student Lounge where there was a great deal of traffic. Approximately 1,500 students in attended and actively participated in the program over the five days in the Social Sciences Auditorium Student Lounge. Publicity of the event was as follows: Campus Events Drug and Alcohol Intervention Program When: Mon, October :00 AM - 03:00 PM com.dotmarketing Lobby Building: Student Center; Room: Lobby Description: Hands on experiential activities, including poster sessions, PSA's (public service announcements), virtual bar, mocktails & snacks. Additional contact person: Teresa Drury, Contact Information: Name: Beth Finders Phone: When: Tue, October 29 & :00 AM - 03:00 PM com.dotmarketing Lounge Building: Social Sciences Building; Room: Lounge Description: Hands on experiential activities, including poster sessions, PSA's (public service announcements), virtual bar, mocktails & snacks. Additional contact person: Teresa Drury, Contact Information: Name: Beth Finders 10

14 Phone: When: Tue, March 4 & :00 AM - 03:00 PM com.dotmarketing Lounge Building: Social Sciences Building; Room: Lounge Description: An interactive Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program will include fatal vision drunk goggles, mocktails/snacks, virtual bar and poster sessions. Contact Information: Name: Teresa Drury Phone: Chuck Publication A drug and alcohol prevention program will be held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday-Wednesday, March 4-5, in the lounge of the Social Sciences Building. This is an interactive program that includes public service announcements, poster sessions, fatal vision drunk goggles, mocktails, snacks, and a virtual bar. The SCCOOP Publication https://intranet.stchas.edu/intranet/docs/mac/sccoop_archives/2014%20feb.%2024- Mar.%209%20SCCoop.pdf A drug and alcohol prevention program will be held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday-Wednesday, March 4-5, in the lounge of the Social Sciences Building. This is an interactive program that includes public service announcements, poster sessions, fatal vision drunk goggles, mocktails, snacks and a virtual bar. Step UP! Program Step UP! is a bystander intervention program that educates students to be proactive in helping others. Step UP! Training prepares students to identify a situation as a problem and to intervene safely, thereby reducing the outcomes of problematic behaviors. The goals for students are to: Recognize reasons why people may not intervene Develop specific intervention skills Increase motivation and confidence to help Empower participants to act on their values Create a safer, healthier, more caring environment Step UP! aims to positively affect SCC students, employees and the community by utilizing the S.E.E. Model: Safe Responding, Early Intervention and Effective Helping. Safe Never put yourself in harm's way but talk to someone, make a phone call (911 if necessary) and/or engage others. Early Intervene early before the problem becomes a crisis or disaster. 11

15 Effective Know what to do and how to do it. Step UP! teaches five decision making steps: Notice the event. Interpret the event as a problem. Assume personal responsibility. Know how to help (safe intervention or seek outside help). Implement the help Step UP! These skills will not only impact student decision making on campus, but will serve them in the future as they protect family, friends and fellow citizens. These skills are applicable in all environments. STEP-UP Training Sessions Fall 2013 Thursday, September 26, 2013; 1 3 p.m.; SSB Auditorium; 159 Attended Friday, October 11, 2013; 2 4 p.m.; SSB 1102; 63 Attended Wednesday, November 13, 2013; 2 4 p.m.; SSB Auditorium; 66 Attended Spring 2014 Friday, February 21, 2014; 2-4 p.m. SSB Auditorium; 55 Attended Friday, April 4, 2014; 2 4 p.m.; SSB 1102; 22 Attended Additional Resources Brochures and pamphlets used at Drug and Alcohol Program were provided or purchased for distribution to SCC Students, Faculty, Staff, and Community; PSA Worldwide - Partners in Prevention Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse) and The Bacchus Network American College Health Association Cheers to the Designated Driver Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety Tips for Teens NCADA (National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse) Additional Programming SCC is committed to comprehensive drug and alcohol programming throughout multiple approaches and perspectives. Included below are programs that the SCC Student Activities Office has sponsored through presentations, outside speakers, and organizations related to drug and alcohol prevention issues. Additionally, the Health and Physical Education Program has put on numerous programs with a focus on drug and alcohol prevention awareness and overall health commitment to the SCC Campus Community. Department Year Name Title Student Activities Kelley Pfeiffer... Dr. Jean Kilbourne 12

16 PHE Matthew Sumpf... Addictive Behaviors Student & Community Health Texting/DUI Simulator PHE Dept Brenda Hollrah... Smoking & You PHE Dept Brenda Hollrah... Smoking & You PHE Dept Brenda Hollrah... Smoking & You Student Activities Kathi McKenzie... iconnect Student Activities Kathi McKenzie... Energy Drinks: Buzz in a Bottle Student Activities Kathi McKenzie... Energy Drinks: Buzz in a Bottle Student Activities Kathi McKenzie... iconnect PHE Dept Margaret O'Dea... Ala-Non Student Activities Elaine Williams... Elaine Williams: Stop The Madness! How to Identify Addiction Warning Signs in your Friends and What to Do About It PHE Dept Lin... Ala-Non Student Activities Teresa Drury... Alcohol/Drug Awareness Mocktail Event Student Activities Teresa Drury... Alcohol/Drug Awareness Mocktail Event PHE Dept Brenda Fraser... Addictive Behaviors PHE Dept Brenda Hollrah... Smoking & You Student Activities Kelley Pfeiffer... Addiction Student Activities Binge Drinking: What's The Fuss? Student Activities Teresa Drury... Alcohol/Drug Awareness Mocktail Event Student Activities Teresa Drury... Alcohol/Drug Awareness Mocktail Event Drug and Alcohol Report Student Handbook St. Charles Community College is a drug-free institution and operates within the guidelines as set forth in the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 and the Drug-Free Workplace Act of SCC prohibits the unlawful manufacture, possession, use or distribution of drugs on the campus, college sites, client sites, or at any college-sponsored event. The possession, use or distribution of alcoholic beverages on campus, college sites, client sites, instructional activities and at collegesponsored events is prohibited unless specifically approved by the president. See SCC board policy SubstanceFreeEnvironment.html for additional information. SCC provides various drug and alcohol prevention activities and programs throughout the semester. For additional resources, see Student Conduct, Discipline and Due Process Upon admission to the college or program, students assume an obligation to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the college s function as an educational institution and to comply with the laws enacted by federal, state and local governments. If this obligation is ignored, the college must 13

17 institute appropriate discipline. Students may be subject to disciplinary sanctions for conduct that constitutes a hazard to the health, safety or well-being of members of the college community or which is detrimental to the college s interest whether such conduct occurs on campus, off campus or at college-sponsored events. SCC will cooperate fully with law enforcement and other agencies. SCC reserves the right to initiate disciplinary proceedings for violations of the Student Conduct Code, even if criminal charges are brought forward by the appropriate authorities. Disciplinary actions by SCC are independent of any criminal or civil proceedings. The distinct procedures for handling violations of academic integrity, grade grievances, and behavioral misconduct are in this policy. Examples of misconduct related to drug and alcohol use or abuse that may subject the student to discipline are as follows: Actions on college-owned or controlled property or at college-authorized activities which threaten or endanger one s own safety, health, or life, or making any verbal threat of such action. This includes such behaviors as suicide attempts, cutting, or refusing treatment for lifethreatening illnesses or conditions; Manufacture, use, possession, distribution, dispensing or sale of alcohol, controlled substances, illegal drugs or substances, except as expressly permitted by law and college policy. See Misuse or abuse of prescription drugs on college-owned or controlled property or at collegeauthorized activities; Use of tobacco products on campus. See Conduct that adversely affects the student s suitability as a member of the academic community; Violation of college policies or regulations. See Health & Disability Services - Student Clubs From Club Sports Manual: Drug-Free Environment St. Charles Community College provides a drug-free campus and work place and operates within the guidelines as set forth in the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 and the Anti- Drug Abuse Act of No alcoholic beverages are to be served or consumed at any on-campus or off-campus College-sponsored function. This includes club, departmental, athletic, and class activities such as meetings, field trips, picnics, parties and similar activities. No College funds will be authorized for the purchase of alcoholic beverages. The sale, possession, or consumption of alcoholic beverages and/or narcotics, hallucinogens, stimulants, and marijuana are specifically prohibited. Violations will be reported to the proper law enforcement officials for 14

18 prosecution, as well as to student activities coordinator, dean of student development, director of public safety, vice president for academic and student affairs, and the President of the College. The College retains the right to remove the club sport participant from participation while allegations are under investigation. Disciplinary procedures will follow the investigation if appropriate. No one under the influence of alcohol or other prohibited drugs will be allowed to attend class, to remain on campus, or participate in club sport activities. Club sport participants are subject to the SCC Student Code of Conduct for actions as they result in violation of the Code. The Code of Conduct is publicized annually in the Student Handbook. An on-line copy is available at From Club Sports Manual: Conduct Clause Students participating in club sports are ambassadors of St. Charles Community College and are expected to accept appropriate responsibility for their behaviors. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the educational purposes of the College. If a student fails to do so, the College will institute appropriate disciplinary action, which may include dismissal. Specifically, students are expected to comply with federal, state, and local laws concerning activities prohibited on public school property and at all College-sponsored functions. Civil disobedience, assault, forgery, gambling, immoral conduct, libel, theft, use and sale of alcoholic beverages and other illegal drugs, harassment (including sexual harassment), and vandalism are prohibited while on College property or at a College-sponsored event. See SCC Student Handbook for more details. Listed below are general guidelines for all team members to follow: Respect others and treat them with basic human dignity at all times. Be the role model. Avoid profane language and obnoxious behavior. Respect the integrity and judgment of sports officials (even if you disagree). Respect the judgment and strategy of the coach (even if you disagree). Avoid applauding errors or penalties of the opponents. Refrain from heckling, jeering, or distracting opponents. Refrain from being critical of players, coaches, or officials. Avoid stomping off the field or other signs of displeasure. Refrain from using cheers that taunt or ridicule opposing players, coaches, cheerleaders, or spectators. Refrain from booing or showing displeasure with game officials or activities. Achieve a thorough understanding and acceptance of the rules of the game and the standards of eligibility. Remember that an athletic contest is only a game - not a matter of life or death for the player, coach, school, official, fan, community, state, or nation. From the and Club Sports Manual: Drug-Free Environment St. Charles Community College provides a drug-free campus and work place and operates within the guidelines as set forth in the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 and the Anti- Drug Abuse Act of No alcoholic beverages are to be served or consumed at any on-campus or off-campus College-sponsored function. This includes club, departmental, athletic, and class activities such as meetings, field trips, picnics, 15

19 parties and similar activities. No College funds will be authorized for the purchase of alcoholic beverages. The sale, possession, or consumption of alcoholic beverages and/or narcotics, hallucinogens, stimulants, and marijuana are specifically prohibited. Violations will be reported to the proper law enforcement officials for prosecution, as well as to coordinating counselor of student activities, dean of student development, director of public safety, vice president for academic and student affairs, and the President of the College. The College retains the right to remove the club sport participant from participation while allegations are under investigation. Disciplinary procedures will follow the investigation if appropriate. No one under the influence of alcohol or other prohibited drugs will be allowed to attend class, to remain on campus, or participate in club sport activities. Club sport participants are subject to the SCC Student Code of Conduct for actions as they result in violation of the Code. The Code of Conduct is publicized annually in the Student Handbook. An on-line copy is available at From the and Club Sports Manual: Conduct Clause Students participating in club sports are ambassadors of St. Charles Community College and are expected to accept appropriate responsibility for their behaviors. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the educational purposes of the College. If a student fails to do so, the College will institute appropriate disciplinary action, which may include dismissal. Specifically, students are expected to comply with federal, state, and local laws concerning activities prohibited on public school property and at all College-sponsored functions. See SCC Student Handbook for more details. Listed below are general guidelines for all team members to follow: Respect others and treat them with basic human dignity at all times. Be the role model. Avoid profane language and obnoxious behavior. Respect the integrity and judgment of sports officials (even if you disagree). Respect the judgment and strategy of the coach (even if you disagree). Avoid applauding errors or penalties of the opponents. Refrain from heckling, jeering, or distracting opponents. Refrain from being critical of players, coaches, or officials. Avoid stomping off the field or other signs of displeasure. Refrain from using cheers that taunt or ridicule opposing players, coaches, cheerleaders, or spectators. Refrain from booing or showing displeasure with game officials or activities. Achieve a thorough understanding and acceptance of the rules of the game and the standards of eligibility. Remember that an athletic contest is only a game - not a matter of life or death for the player, coach, school, official, fan, community, state, or nation. Athletics Department - Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug Policy Smoke-Free/Drug-Free Environment 16

20 As of January 1, 2007, use of tobacco products will be prohibited on all college property. Tobacco products include, but are not limited to cigarettes, cigars, pipes and smokeless tobacco. Students and visitors who persist in violation of the policy will be required to meet with the Public Safety Supervisor. The Public Safety Supervisor may discuss the policy, issue a warning, a fine, or require the violator to attend a workshop sponsored on campus, or a combination thereof. Students who repeatedly violate the policy may be referred to the Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs, and may be disciplined under the student code of conduct as appropriate. St. Charles Community College provides a drug-free campus and work place and operates within the guidelines as set forth in the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 and the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of The sale, possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages and/or narcotics, hallucinogens, stimulants and marijuana are specifically prohibited. Violations will be reported to the proper law enforcement officials for prosecution. No one under the influence of alcohol or other drugs will be allowed to attend class or to remain on campus. No alcoholic beverages are to be served or consumed at any on-campus or off-campus collegesponsored function. This includes club, departmental, athletic and class activities such as meetings, field trips, picnics, parties and similar activities. No college funds will be authorized for the purchase of alcoholic beverages. Conduct Clause Students participating in NJCAA sanctioned sports are ambassadors of St. Charles Community college and are expected to accept appropriate responsibility for their behaviors. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the educational purposes of the college. If a student fails to do so, the college will institute appropriate disciplinary action, which may include dismissal. Specifically, students are expected to comply with federal, state and local laws concerning activities prohibited on forgery, gambling, immoral conduct, libel, theft, use and sale of alcoholic beverages and other illegal drugs, and vandalism are prohibited while on college property or at a collegesponsored event. SCC adheres to the regulations stated in the NJCAA handbook. Alcohol/Drugs The use of alcohol/drugs at any NJCAA sponsored event is prohibited. Any game official having reasonable cause to believe a student athlete, coach, team official, or other individual participating in an athletic event is using or is sufficiently impaired so as to endanger that individual or other individuals participating in said event by virtue of injury, use of alcohol, or drugs (including but not limited to performance enhancing or painkilling drugs) may remove or disqualify said individual from further participation in the sporting event by the following procedure. Penalty for Alcohol/Drug Use at NJCAA Events: 1. The game official shall immediately notify the impaired individual and the impaired individual s coach, team captain or other school representative that the official has reasonable cause to 17

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