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Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

SAGU students and employees are asked to abide by biblical values and commit to abiding by SAGU’s standards when enrolling each semester. One of those standards is total abstinence from alcohol and illegal drugs. It is important that each SAGU employee and student understand the following regarding the prevention of drug and alcohol abuse:

  • SAGU’s standards of conduct that clearly prohibit the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees on the institution’s property or as part of any of the institution’s activities
  • applicable legal sanctions under state, local, and federal law
  • drug and alcohol abuse health risks
  • options and availability of counseling, treatment, rehabilitation, or re-entry programs
  • SAGU’s sanctions for violation of standards of conduct

Please see the following resources for further information regarding SAGU’s standards for employees and students regarding the use of drugs and alcohol:

If you are unable to locate the information you need from the links set forth above, you may contact the following departments for more information.

Student Development
Financial Aid Office // 972.825.4730

Upon request, SAGU will make available to the Department of Education and to the public the information distributed to students and employees as set forth above and the results of a biennial review of its program that:

  • determines the effectiveness of the program and implements needed changes
  • determines the number of drug and alcohol-related violations and fatalities that occur on the institution’s campus (as defined in HEA Sec. 485(f)(6), see “Security Report (Including Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures) Timely Warnings, and Crime Log”) or as part of the institution’s activities, and are reported to campus officials
  • determines the number and type of sanctions that are imposed
  • ensures that sanctions are consistently enforced
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