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Wayne State University Statutes

2.20.04 Drug and Alcohol Abuse on Campus
   
2.20.04.010 Wayne State University is committed to providing a drug-free environment for its faculty, staff, and students. The unlawful possession, use, distribution, dispensation, sale or manufacture of drugs or alcohol is prohibited on University premises, at University activities and at University worksites.
   
2.20.04.020 Any student or employee who is convicted of a criminal drug offense occurring at the workplace or is convicted of the unlawful possession, use, distribution, dispensation, sale or manufacture of drugs or alcohol on University premises or at any University activity, shall be subject to discipline consistent with applicable University policies and contracts and may be required to participate in an appropriate drug or alcohol treatment program as a condition of further employment or enrollment.
   
2.20.04.030 The University encourages employees and students who may have problems with the use of illicit drugs, or with the abuse of alcohol, to seek professional advice and treatment. The Board of Governors encourages the administration to explore additional ways to ensure that members of the University community are aware of the dangers inherent in the abuse of drugs and alcohol, and to assist those who suffer from alcohol or drug abuse in obtaining access to necessary rehabilitation and treatment.
   
2.20.04.040 All faculty, staff, and students must abide by the terms of this policy as a condition of employment or enrollment at the University. Any faculty or staff who is directly engaged in the performance of a federal grant or contract, and who is convicted of a criminal drug-related offense that occurred at the workplace, must notify his or her supervisor within five days of the conviction.
   
2.20.04.050 This policy is adopted in accordance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 and the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, and incorporates and supercedes the policy adopted by the Board of Governors in June, 1989, in accordance with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988.
   

Legislative History
Adopted 7-0; Official Proceedings 34:4606 (14 September 1990) Prior Acts: Official Proceedings 33:4458

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