The University of Memphis
Drug-Free Campus and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
In accordance with local, state and federal law, the University of Memphis students and employees are prohibited from engaging in the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, use or being under the influence of controlled substances (illicit drugs) and/or alcohol on the U of M Campus or on property owned or controlled by the U of M or as part of any of the University's activities.
The President may from time to time designate a place on property owned or controlled by the U of M where alcoholic beverages may be served by alumni and foundation organizations at functions or events sponsored by said organizations.
The sale of alcoholic beverages shall be permitted at the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management hotel and conference facility and at the Fogelman Executive Center, both of which are operated in connection with the academic program known as the Kemmons Wilson School of Hopsitality and Resort Management. Compliance with all applicable laws and regulations shall be required.
| ||The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act requires colleges and universities to annually review the statement of policy with faculty and staff. All employees and students are subject to applicable laws related to this matter and any violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action up to and including expulsion or termination of employment with the University and referral for prosecution or mandatory satisfactory participation in a drug or alcohol abuse assistance or rehabilitation program.|
|Areas of Responsibility|
The Assistant Vice President for Human Resources shall be responsible for:
The Director of Financial Aid shall be responsible for:
The Office of Sponsored Programs shall be responsible for:
|Employee Penalties and Remedies|
Upon receiving notice that an employee is in violation of these procedures or that he or she has been convicted of a violation of a criminal drug statute or alcohol abuse occurring on campus or as part of University activities, the University will take appropriate action against the employee.
Employees found in violation of applicable local, state, or federal laws, University policy, and/or these procedures will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action up to and including termination, mandatory satisfactory participation in a drug/alcohol abuse assistance or rehabilitation program, and/or referral for prosecution.
Conviction means a finding of guilt (including a plea of nolo contendere/no contest) or the imposition of a sentence, or both, by any judicial body charged with the responsibility to determine violations of the federal, state, or local criminal drug statutes.
Any employee who fails to report a conviction as outlined in these procedures will be immediately terminated when his or her conviction is discovered.
|Statement of Policy-Drug Free Campus|
|Does this policy apply to me if I attend a departmental function on campus after normal working hours?||Yes. This policy covers the U of M campus or property owned or controlled by the U of M or as part of any University activity except where exceptions have been granted, e.g., alumni events.|
|How does this policy apply to someone who has an alcoholic drink during lunch and then returns to work?||Employees are prohibited from reporting to work under the influence and must be fit for duty while at work.|
|Whom do I contact with further questions?||Contact the Manager of Employee Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|TBR General Policy on Alcoholic Beverages||http://www.tbr.edu/policies/default.aspx?id=1112|
| ||UM1563 Rev.1 -- updated August 26, 2008|
UM1563 - Issued: August 16, 2004 supercedes policy number 1:2D:05:13
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