North Greenville University is an Alcohol, Drug and Tobacco Free Campus and the University is in compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1988. The University conducts seminars and other awareness events regarding Drug and Alcohol prevention. Information is given during orientation explain the University’s stance and consequences of Alcohol and Drug use. Alcohol and Drug Awareness week is held in the spring semester, before Spring Break. Also, our counseling services are available to help students that need help concerning issues related to Alcohol and Drugs. Our CMSE staff also provides information concerning drug and alcohol use. If a student violated the Alcohol or Drug policy, they are allowed to return to campus only after completing counseling and their counselor agrees they are sufficiently ready to return to school. A plan for success that includes accountability and counseling is put in place for the re-admitted student.

Timely Warnings

In the event a significant emergency or dangerous situation is confirmed to pose an immediate threat to the health or safety of students and/or employees of North Greenville University, notification will be made to the campus community. To confirm a significant emergency or dangerous situation, the report will be verified by Campus Safety & Security officers who will in turn relay the report to the Director of Campus Safety & Security. If determined appropriate, a notification will then be issued. If the emergency is weather-related, notification will be made once severe weather warnings or watches are issued, a state of emergency is declared by the governor, or weather conditions deteriorate to the point that normal university operations are no longer safe to continue. Weather-related notifications will be made by the Senior Associate Vice President of Tigerville Operations.

In the event of a Clery-reportable crime which poses an ongoing and serious threat to the campus community, a timely warning will be issued. As timely warnings are crime related, they will be issued by the Chief of Campus Safety and Security.

Depending on the nature of the emergency, the decision for campus notification will be made by the Senior Associate Vice President of Tigerville Operations and Executive Vice President. There are several means by which notification will be made depending on the specifics of the situation at hand. Notification may be made by any of the following methods:

 Blackboard alerts  Email alerts  Text alerts  Phone call alerts  Local news broadcast (WSPA, WYFF, WORD FM, etc.)  Verbal notification by representatives of Campus Security or Student Engagement

 Alert banner on the North Greenville University( website

Please note that all students are automatically signed up for emergency alerts when they provide their contact information to CampusMinistry and Student Engagement during registration and will receive alerts in their CrusaderMail email account. However, if during the course of enrollment a student’s


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