DSLCC is committed to providing our students with the best possible educational journey. This commitment is not only related to academic success. The use of alcohol and drugs seriously impair your ability to think clearly and behave rationally. As such, the College has clear policies outlining expectations and acceptable student behavior. In addition, the College has a strong referral program for those that wish to seek help and support.
DSLCC prohibits the unauthorized manufacture, distribution and/or possession of alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, firearms, or other weapons or controlled substances on campus or at campus sponsored activities. Please reference the State Board for Community College’s Weapons policy in appendix A of the DSLCC College Catalog and Student Handbook. Students who violate local, state or federal laws may be referred by College authorities for criminal prosecution. Resources include the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (1-800-451-5544). More information can be found in the DSLCC College Catalog and Student Handbook.
Student Policies and Procedures and Code for Student Rights, and Conduct
Substance Abuse: 43. Unauthorized manufacture, distribution and/or possession of alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs or controlled substances are prohibited from campus or campus-related functions by both state and federal laws. Students who violate state or federal laws may be referred by college authorities for criminal prosecution. Whether or not a criminal charge is brought, a student is subject to college discipline for illegally manufacturing, distributing, possessing or using any alcoholic beverage, illegal drug or controlled substance. Any student found to have engaged in such conduct is subject to the entire range of sanctions specified by the College, including suspension or expulsion.
If you, or someone you know, needs help, please contact the Director of Student Services at (540) 863-2820 or email the Director of Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A full report of the DSLCC Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program can be found here as well as available resources.