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prohibited by federal, state or local law. Violators are subject to university disciplinary action, criminal prosecution, fines, and/or imprisonment.


These policies apply to students both on and off campus.


 Students agree to refrain from the possession, use, act of being under the influence, sale, distribution or manufacture of any narcotic, mood or mind altering drug controlled by federal or SC law. All of these actions are prohibited.


 Students agree to refrain from the possession, use, being under the influence, sale, distribution, or manufacture of any synthetic or natural mood or mind altering drug or substance. All such actions are likewise prohibited.


 Students agree to refrain from the use or possession of medical marijuana. It is illegal in the state of South Carolina and is prohibited on campus.


 The University will use the assistance of drug- detecting K-9’s or other methods in order to prevent, detect, and identify illegal or prohibited substances. The K-9’s will be used randomly or directed to search in, but not limited to, resident halls, classroom building or other NGU buildings, vehicles, and personal belongings such as book bags. The interference with a K-9 search may result in immediate disciplinary action.


 In order to prevent, detect and identify illegal or prohibited substances the University has, and will exercise the right to search resident hall rooms, vehicles or personal belongings if the University deems it necessary. NGU search procedures can be found in the Student Handbook, page 19.


 The University will use drug testing methods such as urine or hair sample tests when considered necessary. Tests may be given on the NGU campus or at a medical/testing facility. Students agree, refusing to submit to a drug test may be considered a failed test and therefore result in immediate disciplinary action.


 Students agree to refrain from the possession of any kind of drug paraphernalia and understand the possession of any kind of drug paraphernalia is prohibited. The possession of drug paraphernalia may lead to major disciplinary action and will be considered grounds for searches and testing.


 Students agree to refrain from displaying posters, signs or other kinds of advertising that promotes illegal or prohibited substance consumption. This activity is prohibited.


Drug and Alcohol Prevention Programs The Drug Free Schools and Campuses Regulations (34 CFR Part 86) of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA) and the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988 require an Institution of Higher Education (IHE) such as North Greenville University (NGU), to certify that it has implemented programs to prevent the abuse of alcohol and also the prevent use, and/or distribution of illicit drugs both by NGU students and employees either on its premises and as a part of any of its activities.


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