CUNY’s Drug and Alcohol policy states the expectations regarding drug and alcohol use both on campus and in the residence halls. Specifically, the policy states: “The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of drugs or alcohol by anyone, on CUNY property (including CUNY residence halls), in CUNY buses or vans, or at CUNY-sponsored activities, is prohibited. In addition, CUNY employees are prohibited from illegally providing drugs or alcohol to CUNY students. Finally, no student may possess or consume alcoholic beverages in any CUNY residence hall, regardless of whether the student is of lawful age, except for students living in the Graduate School and University Center’s graduate housing facilities who may lawfully possess and consume alcoholic beverages. For purposes of this policy, a CUNY residence hall means a residence hall owned and/or operated by CUNY, or operated by a private management company on CUNY’s behalf.”
Students who violate this policy will meet with Brandy Peer, Associate Director for Community Standards, to discuss the violation and to discuss next steps, including possible sanctions. If students are found responsible for violating CUNY’s Drug and Alcohol policy, they will be required to complete the following screenings on alcohol and cannabis. Upon completion, students are also required to meet with Sarah Redfield (email@example.com), Baruch’s Prevention Coordinator, and should also notify Brandy Peer (firstname.lastname@example.org) of completion. Any questions on either of the two screenings should be directed to Sarah Redfield.