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Wayne County Community College District is committed to providing a drug-free environment for all of the District's community members - students, faculty, staff and visitors. The District believes that drug abuse education and prevention programs are essential components of a comprehensive strategy to deal with illicit drug use and alcohol abuse on the District’s premises or during District-related activities. Students, employees, and visitors to the District are expected to observe all federal, state, and local laws and the District regulations governing the use and possession of alcoholic beverages, narcotics, dangerous drugs, or controlled substances. All students, employees, and visitors are specifically forbidden to use or possess alcoholic beverages, narcotics, dangerous drugs or controlled substances, or to be under their influence while on District property. For students, violation of District regulations may result in disciplinary action up to and including expulsion from the District and referral for prosecution. Employees who violate District regulations are subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination from employment with the District. In the case of College visitors, failure to follow regulations may result in a request to leave District property or the District activity. It also may result in referral to local police agencies. The entire Alcohol and Drug Abuse policy is outlined in the Wayne County Community College District's Student Handbook, which can be obtained in any College Student Services Office click here to view the Student Handbook. The Board of Trustees Policy 4.1.13, Substance and Alcohol Use on Duty, regarding employees, is available from the Board of Trustees Office and is outlined in the Employee Handbook.

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