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Article I.06 Drug-Free Environment: Procedures
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Procedures: Article I.06 Drug-Free Environment
Alcohol at Campus Events
The use of alcoholic beverages at any campus event is subject to approval from the College President and supervision by the College. Requests for approval from the College President must be submitted at least 60 days in advance of the event. Following such approval, notification that alcohol will be present at an event must be given to the Vice President for Administrative Services and the Director of Department of Public Safety/Chief of Police. Event organizers are responsible for obtaining all applicable government liquor licenses and for the cost of all such licenses.
Missouri State Liquor Control Law (Sec. 311.325 RSMo) stating that any person under the age of 21 cannot purchase, attempt to purchase, possess, or be served any intoxicating beverage. All faculty, staff, students and visitors are expected to observe and obey this law at campus events for which alcohol use has been approved.
St. Charles Community College does not intend to encourage the use of alcoholic beverages or to force consumption upon those who object to the use of alcohol on moral, ethical, or religious grounds. These procedures are designed to promote legal and responsible behavior regarding alcohol use.
Federally Controlled Substances
While Missouri law as of December 6, 2018, may allow certain marijuana-related activities such as limited medical marijuana use, using and possessing marijuana in any form is a crime under federal law. As a recipient of federal funding such as student financial aid and grants, St. Charles Community College will continue to prohibit the use, possession, and distribution of all federally controlled substances, including marijuana. The St. Charles Community College Career Services Center will not approve job postings, recruitment, or internships involved with the use, production, testing, or distribution of medical or recreational marijuana.
Tobacco Use on College Property
The use of tobacco products is prohibited on all College property and in all College vehicles (see Article I.03 Tobacco Use).
Violation of Drug-Free Environment Policy and Procedures
Violation of this policy and accompanying procedures may result in disciplinary action, including dismissal.