Associate Dean of Students with oversight of Alcohol and Other Drug Education
Summary of the Law:
This law requires all campus security authorities to report crimes on campus to the Department of Public Safety. CUA's definition of campus security authorities includes all employees of the university who have significant responsibility for student and campus activities.
Report any crimes to the Department of Public Safety Dispatcher
Summary of the Law:
This law requires institutions receiving federal financial assistance to establish drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs for students and employees. Students and employees must receive materials annually that contain standards of conduct, a description of the various laws that apply in that jurisdiction regarding alcohol and drugs, a description of counseling and treatment programs that are available, and a statement on the sanctions the university will impose for a violation of the standards of conduct. The law also requires a biennial review of the program. Record keeping requirements include keeping a copy of the biennial review and other compliance documents for three years after the fiscal year in which the record was created.
- Provide students with the materials noted above: CUA satisfies this requirement by providing students with a copy of the Student Handbook, which contains the information required under DFSCA.
- Conduct a biennial review of Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) prevention programs
- Retain records of the biennial review for three years.
Effective August 14, 2008, pursuant to amendments in the HEOA, any biennial review must include a determination of the number of drug and alcohol-related violations and fatalities that occur on the institution's campus or as part of the institution's activities and the number and type of sanctions imposed by the institution as a result of drug and alcohol-related violations and fatalities that occur on the institution's campus or as part of the institution's activities.
- Congressional Research Service August 31, 2009 Report titled *Reporting and Disclosure Requirements for Institutions of Higher Education to Participate in Federal Student Aid Programs Under Title IV of the Higher Education Act See pages 10-12 for text and chart on alcohol and drug reporting.
- DFSCA Compliance Checklist: This checklist outlines the minimum requirements universities must abide by in order to be in compliance with DFSCA.
- DFSCA Supplemental Checklist: This checklist provides a much more detailed overview of university AOD programs, and can be used as an outline for conducting biennial reviews.
Policies Related to Assistant Dean of Students Responsibilites
Code of Student Conduct Student Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Parental Notification