NDSU Alcohol & Other Drug Policies
Drug and alcohol abuse affects the health, safety, and well-being of all employees and students at NDSU.
In efforts to combat the negative consequences associated with drug and alcohol abuse, NDSU complies with all state and federal laws regarding drug and alcohol policies (North Dakota State Board of Education policy governing alcohol use on campus, the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, Public Law 100-690 and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, Public Law 101-226).
NDSU Policy Manual: Section 155
ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS: UNLAWFUL AND UNAUTHORIZED USE BY STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES
Policy information is also available in Rights and Responsibilities of Community: Code of Student Behavior
Information is also available regarding Health Risks of Alcohol and Other Drugs.
ND State Board of Higher Education Policy 918
"The State Board of Higher Education prohibits the possession, sale, dispensation, use or consumption of alcoholic beverages up land or in building owned by the board or its institutions. Exceptions may include the lawful possession of alcohol in family student residences, fraternities and sororities (in certain circumstances), the President's residence, and other special exceptions as granted by the President or the President's designee."
State Board of Higher Education Policy 918