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The College of Saint Benedict CSB believes that individual choices involving the use of alcohol have an impact on both the individual and the community. National studies have found that alcohol use is closely linked to sexual assault, declining academic performance, violent crime and alcoholism among college students. For these reasons, the university's alcohol policy demonstrates a strong ethic of care and establishes healthy standards for the community in relation to the responsible and legal use of alcohol.

This policy is written in accordance with Minnesota state law and reflects the mission, goals and academic standards of our community. As a residential college, CSB students have the opportunity to learn with a group of individuals who make up their community.

A part of the learning that takes place is social in nature.

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Responsible and legal alcohol use is a part of that educational process. Development of individuals and social choices can have long-term effects on behaviors, attitudes and values. Learning to know one's limits and to care about one's community are integral to the residential experience. Students are expected to use caution in choosing to use alcohol and are responsible for their behavior at all times. Being in a community means that individuals are also responsible for others. Taking action to care about and confront inappropriate alcohol use among one's peers makes the community stronger.

Students will be held able for their behavior on either campus. Students are allowed to consume alcohol on the porches of the Centennial Commons Townhouses in accordance with the guidelines below. Residents and guests of Centennial Commons should be, at all times, respectful neighbors to the members of the College of Saint Benedict and Saint Joseph communities.

The Dean of Students or deee determines the date of requalification after the student satisfactorily completes the deated sanctions.

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Students are advised on specific city ordinances regarding the purchases and use of alcohol and noise disturbances. Students are advised to respect the laws of all our neighboring communities. City of Saint Joseph Ordinances.

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The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University are committed to the health, well-being, and safety of its students. The Good Samaritan Policy is deed to be used when, in the judgment of others, a student needs medical assistance because of drug or alcohol use.

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It is intended to encourage students to come forward without fear of disciplinary action being taken against the impaired student or those who seek to help them. This policy is based upon the premise that filure to call for medical assistance in an alcohol or drug related emergency is a violation of our community standards. Alcohol policy violations are referred to Residential Life staff as outlined in CSB's student conduct process.

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Violations are referred to a student conduct hearing. The purpose of the hearing is to determine the individual's level of responsibility for policy violations and to as appropriate disciplinary sanctions. Sanctions may include, but are not limited to, the following: written warning, behavioral agreements, fines, community service, educational programming, written response to educational materials, probation, eviction from campus housing, requirement of professional evaluation or treatment at student's expensewithdrawal, suspension, or expulsion.

Students who are concerned with their own alcohol use or the alcohol use of a friend should consider using the Counseling Services The services are free, confidential, and can assist students in talking about issues, receiving treatment, or support. Federal regulations outlined in the Drug-free Schools and Communities Act ofPublic Lawrequire colleges and universities to provide each student with specific information on alcohol and drugs.

For more information or if you need some help dealing with an alcohol or drug-related problem, feel free to contact the Counseling Center at All visits are confidential. Alcohol is a drug. It acts as a central nervous system depressant. Alcohol is absorbed into the bloodstream through the stomach and the small intestine. Amount of alcohol consumed; rate at which it is consumed; presence of food in the stomach during consumption; individual's weight, mood, and experience with alcohol all influence the effects of alcohol.

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Alcohol can be very damaging when used in large amounts over a long period of time, or when drunk heavily in a short period of time "binge" drinking. Caffeine is a white, bitter, crystal-like substance found in coffee, tea, cola, and chocolate. Caffeine is also found in products such as aspirin, nonprescription cough and cold remedies, diet pills, nonprescription stimulants such as NoDoz or Vivarinand some street drugs. Cocaine is extracted from the leaves of the South American cocoa plant. Cocaine is a white powder that can be inhaled, injected, or smoked free based. Cocaine stimulates the central nervous system, increasing alertness and activity.

Cocaine is an addictive drug. Initially, users of cocaine experience a "high," but when the "high" wears off a devastating "low" follows.

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To avoid this "low" users are often compelled to use more. Marijuana is the common name for the hemp plant, cannabis sativa. A marijuana cigarette t is composed of dried particles from the hemp plant. The psychoactive ingredient in marijuana is tetrahydrocannabinol THC. The amount of THC in a t is what affects the user. Steroids may contribute to increases in body weight and muscular strength.

Anabolic-Androgenic steroids are chemically related to the male sex hormone, testosterone. Anabolic means to build up the muscles and other tissues of the body. Androgenic refers to the development of male sex characteristics. Steroids are injected directly into the muscle or taken orally. Tobacco is smoked through pipes, cigars and cigarettes. Tobacco is also chewed and inhaled in the form of snuff. Nicotine is the active ingredient in all forms of tobacco. Nicotine stimulates the heart and central nervous system.

For your sake, please make good choices about the use of alcohol and drugs. Such decisions ought to be respectful of one self and community values regarding other people and property. Following is information from regional attorneys and judges who deal with the legal consequences of violations. Driving while under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance MSA A. Negotiated DWIs or unwillingness to take a breath test are usually considered as evidence of high risk by insurance carriers. Suspension; Illegal purchase of alcohol MSA Unlawful acts relating to driver's MSA Obstructing the legal process, arrest or firefighting MSA False name to a peace officer MSA It is a gross misdemeanor to give another's name and date of birth to a peace officer with the intent of obstructing justice.

Criminal damage to property MSA Intentional damage to the property of another is criminal. Illegal possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages MSA A. Criminal sexual conduct in the first degree MSA Various degrees of criminal sexual assault can be charged where there exist non-consensual conduct or where the victim is under a physical disability such as intoxication.

Intercourse is not required to be charged. Offenses are a felony. Typical sentences range from six months in a county jail to several years at a state prison. Second Degree MSA Note: Violations of the above Minnesota statutes are at least misdemeanors which, if convicted, give the person a permanent criminal record.

Some implications of a criminal record include probable difficulties securing employment or acceptance in graduate school and the easy resolution of any subsequent offense. Living in community is an important part of life at the College of Saint Benedict.

Limits to behavior have always been necessary for successful community living. Students are expected to keep particular standards of conduct and are responsible for their decisions accordingly. Students are also expected to confront those within the community who are not assuming responsibility for their own conduct. College discipline is limited to student behavior which does not permit the college to pursue its educational objectives.

Students who are in the presence of an offense without reporting it will also be considered in violation of the same community standards. The following are offenses subject to disciplinary action by the college community:. Students will be given notice of offenses in the form of an incident report or a security report.

At that time they will be required to meet with the dean of students or her deated representative to discuss community standards of behavior. Students will have the opportunity to speak to the behavior and how that relates to living in community. Sanctions for the offense will then be decided upon and communicated. Students may have the opportunity to participate in the developing of their own sanctions should the situation warrant.

Students have the right to appeal disciplinary action. In general, an appeal of disciplinary action will be heard by the next level conduct officer in the conduct process. There are three just causes for an appeal to be considered and appeals for other reasons will not be considered.

It is important to note that the appeal is not a rehearing of the case. The just causes for an appeal are limited to the following:. The appeal must be submitted in writing to the appropriate hearing officer in the appeal process see above. The appeal will include the student's name, the offense, and the sanction given.

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