Drug & Alcohol Policy
For Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco laws and prevention visit the Wellness Programs Website.
Reporting Drug and Alcohol Violations
In case of emergency call 911 or Campus Police directly 801-863-5555. Violations of
the Drug and Alcohol Policy should be reported to Judicial Affairs 801-863-8665.
Drug and Alcohol Policy and Procedure
Utah Valley University is a drug-free campus and has a “zero tolerance” alcohol and
drug policy. UVU has developed an alcohol and tobacco and other drug policy not only
in response to the federal drug-free legislation, but also to encourage and sustain
an academic environment that promotes the health, safety, and welfare of all members
of its community.
Alcoholic beverages, unlawful drugs, and other illegal substances shall not be consumed,
used, carried, sold, or unlawfully manufactured on any property or in any building
owned, leased, or rented by UVU, or at any activity sponsored by the College.
Sanctions for Alcohol or Drug Policy Violations
- A First Violation of the Alcohol and Drug Policy will require the student to follow-up
with the appropriate staff from Judicial Affairs. This may include a phone call, meeting,
or disciplinary hearing, depending on the severity of the incident; as well as a set
of possible recommendations for substance abuse education and/or assessment and counseling.
- A Second Violation of the Alcohol and Drug Policy may result in a disciplinary hearing,
and will result in a mandatory substance abuse assessment and completion of a substance
abuse education program. Depending on the severity of the incident, family members
may be notified.
- Sanctions may otherwise include (but are not limited to) disciplinary probation, fines,
parental notification (mandatory for students under 21 at the time of the notification),
and disciplinary suspension.