We do not have specific processes for each offense either. If a student is in
on-campus housing, then a contractual hearing is called with a member of the
housing staff and a member of our Office of Student Life. Housing has a zero
tolerance policy, so on a first time offense the student is removed from
housing and banned from the property for one year. The student is also required
to complete our alcohol and drug program. On a second offense, the student
would be required go before our Student Review Board and face anything, up to
suspension/expulsion. Typically, the student is assigned the second level of
our alcohol and drug program.
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[mailto:big12conductdir-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kellogg, Sara B [D S
Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2016 7:59 AM
Subject: [big12conductdir] Re: Drug Violations
We do not have a specified process for 1st, 2nd, and subsequent violations, but
are pretty consistent in our approach. Second violations for possession
(typically marijuana) would result in a period of probation or deferred
suspension with the university, possible removal from university housing, and
some type of educational sanction (completion/documentation of an online
educational component like eToke, a course/meeting with Ames Center for
Creative Justice and following any recommendations they have, or a substance
abuse assessment/screening). Third or subsequent violations would be charged as
a Level 1 case in our system, meaning the student would have to present their
case to a Student Conduct Hearing Board and could face suspension/expulsion.
The sanctions in these cases are up to the boards, but if not removed, often
include Deferred Suspension, removal/restriction from housing,
assessment/screening, treatment recommendations, required meeting with the Dean
of Students, etc.
If there are other factors involved in a second violation (if there are other
drugs involved, possible distribution or manufacturing occurring, other
behavioral issues during the arrest, etc.), the case could be made Level 1 at
Good luck with your overhaul!
Assistant Dean of Students & Director of Student Conduct
Iowa State University
1010 Student Services Building
Ames, IA 50011
[mailto:big12conductdir-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Watson, Lance
Sent: Monday, June 20, 2016 3:13 PM
Subject: [big12conductdir] Drug Violations
Good Afternoon Folks,
I hope this finds all of you well.
I am curious how y'all address repeat drug possession incidents on your campus.
We are currently revising our practices and I am curious how you address second
(and third) time possession on your campuses? I would appreciate as much
information as you would be willing to share because we are trying to do some
big overhauls this summer.
Thanks for your help!
Lance A. Watson
Director of Student Conduct & Community Standards
University of Kansas
1450 Jayhawk Blvd.
Strong Hall, Room 133
Lawrence, KS 66045
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