Unclear exactly which sanctions are expected for which infractions, though numbers in biennial report show a good balance of education/treatment and punishment. Medical amnesty policy for victim and caller for alcohol.
(marijuana grouped with other illegal drugs in policy)
Sanction(s) for alcohol policy violations:
Possible sanctions include but are not limited to: written warning, disciplinary probation, deferred suspension, alcohol and drug education or counseling, community service, development and implementation of an educational activity, meeting with university staff member, psychological counseling or assessment, reflection paper, restitution, suspension of privileges. Most common sanctions are alcohol and drug education/counseling, warnings, and disciplinary probation.
Sanction(s) for other drug policy violations:
See alcohol sanctions for list of possible sanctions. Most common sanctions include alcohol and drug education/counseling, disciplinary probation, and suspension of privileges.
Typical sanction for first time possession of small amount of marijuana:
Based on numbers provided in biennial report, probably disciplinary probation and drug education or counseling, with possible suspension of privileges.