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  • Disciplinary probation.

  • Commuter students will be restricted from access to and around the residence halls.

  • Educational activity or service to the Drew community

  • Required substance abuse assessment and compliance with recommendations, or completion of a online course. Fee must be paid directly by the student to the course provider.  Failure to complete an assessment and recommendations, or course, may impact a student’s ability to register for courses or continue in University Housing.

  • Parental/guardian notification via copy of sanctioning letter or phone call.

  • No board positions in co-curricular activities for the duration of probation

2nd Offense

•   Probation effective for the remainder of time enrolled at Drew

  • Suspension from residence halls for a specified period of time.  Commuter students will be restricted from access to and around the residence halls.

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  • Probation effective for the remainder of time enrolled at Drew
  • Required substance abuse assessment and compliance with recommendations.  Failure to complete an assessment and recommendations may impact a student’s ability to register for courses or remain in University Housing.

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  • Educational activity or service to the Drew community

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  • Parental/guardian notification via copy of sanctioning letter or phone call.

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  • No board positions in co-curricular activities for the duration of probation

3rd Offense

  • Suspension or Expulsion from the University

 

Drug Distribution, or Intent to Distribute

1st Offense•   Suspension

  • Suspension from the university for a specified period of time

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  • Expulsion from Housing; ban from being in or around residence halls

2nd Offense•   Expulsion

  • Expulsion from the University

 

Drug Sale or Manufacturing, or intent to Sell or Manufacture

1st Offense•   Expulsion

  • Expulsion from the University

Laws

According to New Jersey State law, it is illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to:

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