Alcohol and Drugs

Alcohol and Drugs

It is illegal for anyone under 21 to possess, consume or transport liquor, malt, or brewed beverages, or to furnish alcoholic beverages to minors, according to the Pennsylvania Crime Codes and University Policy. University Police will charge offenders according to state laws and file Disciplinary Referrals to Residence Life and/or Judicial Affairs. If University Police charge any minor (under age 21) with “Underage Consumption or Possession,” they are required by law to notify the parent(s) or guardian(s) of the minor charged.

It is illegal for anyone to possess, use or sell any drug or item deemed to be illegal in the Pennsylvania Crimes Code’s “Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act.” University Police will charge violators according to state laws and file Disciplinary Referrals to Judicial Affairs. University Police also enforce Sugarloaf Township. Ordinance #86, which makes it a summary offense to sell or possess drug paraphernalia (pipes, bongs, etc.) which is used or intended to be used with any substance classified as illegal.

See University Policy AD18 for more information.