Northern Arizona University Statement Regarding Marijuana on Campus
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Alcohol and Other Drugs
Northern Arizona University’s primary concern is for the health and welfare of its community members. Accordingly, the University prohibits the illicit use of alcohol and other drugs on University property or in connection with University-sanctioned activities or events wherever located. The University recognizes substance dependency as a serious health and safety issue and offers comprehensive education, prevention, and referral services. The University will support students and employees who seek its assistance in confronting a substance dependency problem. At the same time, the University will hold all members of its community responsible for their behavior. This policy does not address the sale of alcohol on University property.
Responsible Executives: Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs,
Vice President for Student Affairs and Chief Human Resources Officer
Responsible Offices: Office of the Dean of Students and Human Resources
Effective Date: October 1, 1993
Contacts: Dean of Students; Director, Human Resources Program,
Vice Provost for Academic Personnel