Sanctions at least for minor infractions are focused on education/treatment, with a seeming balance between education/treatment for more serious infractions. Drug policy is likely balanced and almost certainly not zero tolerance, but is unclear. The medical amnesty policy does not extend to drug related emergencies.
(marijuana grouped with other illegal drugs in policy)
Sanction(s) for alcohol policy violations:
Possible sanctions include: Minor infractions: warning, probation, education programs at students expense, restitution, community service, research paper, reflective reading assignment/paper, restriction of privileges. More serious infractions: probation, housing removal, suspension held in abeyance, suspension, expulsion, any sanctions listed for minor infractions, assessment at student's expense, required education/treatment programs. A first violation for underage drinking is a minor infraction.
Sanction(s) for other drug policy violations:
See alcohol sanctions; drug possession or use in any amount or kind is considered a more serious infraction.
Typical sanction for first time possession of small amount of marijuana: