Student Health Services
ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, and OTHER DRUG PROGRAMS
required for new students
for first year students with judicial violations
1:1 confidential conversations about alcohol and drug use
In most cases:
Step 1: The Borough Police or Public Safety will notify Judicial Affairs of your citation. Your behavior may be in violation of the WCU Code of Conduct.
Step 2: You will receive an email notification of the date, time and location of your judicial conference with a University hearing officer to discussed what happened.
Your hearing officer will issue a disciplinary sanction if your actions are found to be in violation of the Code of Conduct. In addition to a Disciplinary Sanction (disciplinary probation, disciplinary reprimand), most students will receive an educational sanction condition such as Alcohol Education Workshop (for first year students) or BASICS*. Additional disciplinary sanction conditions may include fines, referrals to the Career Center or Learning Assistance Resource Center, loss of housing, community service, etc.
*Exceptions to the above:
If your blood alcohol level (BAL) was above .16 or you were hospitalized or held by police, you will receive a medical referral to schedule a BASICS appointment within 7 days.
|Did this happen?||Do this NOW|
|BAL/BAC of .16 or higher OR held by Public Safety OR hospitalized||Call the Health Center for a BASICS appointment
|All first year students with alcohol related policy violation||Register online for Alcohol Education Class|