Drug Prevention ProgramNo member of the College Community will manufacture, possess, distribute, or use any prohibited drug in either the refined or crude form, except, (1) controlled substances for personal usage and these must be under the current prescription of a licensed physician, (2) those specifically authorized to St. Clair County Community College by Federal or State authorizing agencies for educational purposes. Nor will any member of the College Community possess property which is used, or intended for use, as a container for any controlled substance.
Effect of Violating RulesIn the event of violating the Drug Free Workplace policy, the College may subject State and Federal law sanction up to and including exclusion from the College campus and programs. A listingof the federal penalties can be found on the Drug Enforcement Administration website www.dea.gov/agency/penalties.htm .
Reports of ViolationsReporting of violations will be within the province of all members of the College Community because they have a common responsibility in maintaining an orderly and efficient community for their mutual benefit.
Health RisksAbusing drugs and/or alcohol can:
Alcohol use will:
Drug use will:
Assistance with Substance Abuse CounselingIf students are experiencing problems with drugs and/or alcohol, please contact Student Success Services, 120 ATC, or call (810) 989-5520.