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  1. Alcohol possession and consumption on campus is permitted only for students of legal age (21).  Alcohol can only be consumed in a students’ room or at university sponsored events.
  2. Healthy, legal consumption does not include competitive or binge drinking.  Competitive drinking includes any type of drinking games. 
  3. Alcohol may not be above 100 proof.
  4. Common Sources are not allowed, including kegs and other containers of alcohol (e.g., punch bowls, “Jungle Juice”, etc), including an amount of alcohol that is not reasonable to be consumed by the above age residents of a room/suite.  
  5. Students of legal age may not give, leave in an easily accessible place, or sell alcohol to minors to transport, possess, or consume.
  6. Minors may not transport, possess, consume, or purchase alcohol.   Used or empty containers found in a room or on one’s person, may constitute possession.
  7. Persons may not transport nor consume open containers of alcoholic beverages in public areas.
  8. Consumption in student rooms should neither infringe on the rights of other students to study nor negate any normal student activity.
  9. Alcoholic beverages may not be sold at any time except through approved liquor licenses by the university, borough and state.  Alcohol Permit (one-day): Special one-day permits are necessary for student events where alcohol is to be served. A form, available from the Madison town clerk, must be signed by both the Dean of Students and the Director of Public Safety and submitted to the Alcoholic Beverage Commission in Trenton.

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  1. Public areas include hallways, foyers, stairwells, bathrooms, lounges, or other public areas, including outdoor University grounds, without an event liquor license, or any other area

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  1. beyond an individually assigned resident room.  Propped room/suite doors may make that space public.

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  1. All parts of an individual suite/quad, etc. shall be considered a residence hall room including a bathroom connected to the individual suite/quad, etc.

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  1. Alcohol may be confiscated or the student may be asked to pour out containers.

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  1. Full responsibility for compliance with policies and laws belongs to all students.  A student will be held responsible for their guests’ actions.  Guests violating the policies and laws may be asked to leave the campus or may be trespassed.

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Use of Drugs

Drugs (“controlled substances”) are defined as including all illegal drugs and misused legal drugs, both over-the counter and prescription, synthetic and other derivatives.

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•   Underage consumption of alcohol or , possession of full or empty alcohol container, or shot glasses

•   Open container in any public area of the University, above age 21

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•   Common source (i.e., keg, beer ball, punch bowl, “Jungle Juice”Juice,” or other alcoholic beverages in bulk quantities)

•   Repeat of any Level 2 offense

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•   Hosting or participating in drinking games; Funnels or other paraphernalia used for binging purposes

Level 3 Adjudication---Potential sanctions

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