Check Out the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act

The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act was passed in 1989 as part of the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act and requires institutions of higher education that receive federal funding to provide a drug and alcohol abuse prevention program for its campus community. As part of this, Judson University is required to notify all members of the campus community on an annual basis about the various prevention and education programs, resources, policies, and laws.

The publication of the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Policy, the most current version of which can be found on MyJudson here, provides the campus community with information on standards of conduct, sanctions for violations, prevention information, health risks associated with alcohol and drug use. It also contains information on local, state, and federal laws related to drug and alcohol use, as well as on-campus and community resources that are available to students, faculty, and staff. 

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