Standards for Student and Employee Programs

Reason for Policy: 

This policy outlines minimum standards for institutional drug and alcohol treatment programs.

Entities Affected by this Policy: 

All individuals affiliated with the UO.

Enactment & Revision History: 

Technical revisions enacted by the University Secretary on September 2, 2015.

Became a University of Oregon Policy by operation of law on July 1, 2014.

Former Oregon Administrative Rule Chapter 580 Division 19.

Policy: 

Minimum Standards for Institutional Drug and Alcohol Treatment Programs

(1) The University shall have in place a comprehensive drug and alcohol abuse policy and implementation plan that shall contain:

(a) A statement of University philosophy regarding illegal use and abuse of alcohol and drugs;

(b) All policies related to on-campus use of alcohol and illegal drugs by employees and students and their interrelation;

(c) A list of curricular offerings related to drug and alcohol abuse;

(d) A description of programs designed to deal with student alcohol and drug abuse including implementation plans for any programs not currently in place, specifically identifying:

(A) Education and prevention programs;

(B) Treatment or referral programs.

(e) A description of programs designed to deal with employee alcohol and drug abuse including implementation plans for any programs not currently in place, specifically identifying:

(A) Education and prevention programs;

(B) Treatment or referral programs.

(f) A strategy for dissemination of the University’s philosophy statement, policies and information regarding the University’s programs related to drug and alcohol abuse education, prevention, and treatment or referral.

(2) The University shall review the plans required in section (1) of this policy biennially and update them to reflect changing needs.

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Responsible Office: 

For questions about this policy, please contact Human Resources at 541-346-3159 or the Dean of Students at 541-346-3216.

Original Source: 
Oregon Administrative Rule