West Lafayette Campus Policies
Medical Amnesty for Student Intoxication (WL-7)
Volume WL: West Lafayette
Responsible Executive: Vice President for Student Affairs
Responsible Office: Office of the Dean of Students
Date Issued: June 10, 2011
Date Last Revised: January 1, 2012
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Statement of Policy
Reason for This Policy
Individuals and Entities Affected by This Policy
Who Should Know This Policy
Website Address for This Policy
Related Documents, Forms and Tools
History and Updates
In cases of student intoxication and/or alcohol poisoning that occur on the West Lafayette campus, on the premises of a Recognized Student Organization or at a function sponsored by a Recognized Student Organization, the intoxicated student, as well as the student(s) seeking medical attention on the intoxicated student's behalf, will be exempt from Disciplinary Sanctions related to alcohol consumption.
In circumstances involving a Recognized Student Organization, the willingness of the members involved in seeking medical assistance for a member or guest will be viewed as a mitigating factor in the review process for the Recognized Student Organization for any possible violations.
The primary concern of Purdue University in all cases, including those cases of intoxication and/or alcohol poisoning, is the health and safety of the individuals involved. Recognizing that the potential application of Disciplinary Sanctions could be a factor that deters students from making the responsible decision to seek medical attention for themselves or others in cases of student intoxication and/or alcohol poisoning, the University has instituted the Purdue Community Alcohol-Related Emergency Situation (PurdueCARES) Program and adopted this policy.
This policy applies to all students and Recognized Student Organizations on the West Lafayette campus.
Advisors of Recognized Student Organizations
Recognized Student Organizations
There are no exclusions from this policy.
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Expulsion, suspension, probated suspension, or disciplinary probation.
Recognized Student Organization
A student organization or group that is formally recognized by the Office of the Dean of Students on the West Lafayette campus in accordance with the Regulations and Procedures for Recognized Student Organizations.
Observe the provisions of this policy and share responsibility for compliance.
Office of the Dean of Students
Enforce this policy and impose Disciplinary Sanctions in accordance with this policy.
Office of the Dean of Students
Develop and deliver training and educational materials regarding student alcohol consumption and the prevention of and response to student alcohol intoxication and poisoning.
Students and Recognized Student Organizations
Participate in alcohol education programs developed by the Office of the Dean of Students as required.
Regulations and Procedures for Recognized Student Organizations: www.purdue.edu/univregs/studentorgs/forming.html
University Regulations: www.purdue.edu/univregs/index.html
January 1, 2012: This policy supersedes its interim version dated June 10, 2011. No changes were made to the substance of the policy.
June 10, 2011: This is the first such policy to address this issue.
There are no appendices to this policy.