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»Illegal Materials

All the behaviors related to illegal materials, as described in each section, are prohibited. To learn more about the policies related to illegal materials, please click on the following tabs. 

+-Alcoholic Beverages

The following behaviors are prohibited:

a. The sale, possession, use, consumption, production, purchase, or provision of alcoholic beverages to or by any person under the age of 21.

b. Public intoxication, displaying intoxicated behavior, requiring assistance due to intoxication, and/or causing University officials to respond due to the consumption of alcohol, even if the subject is over the age of 21.

c. Possessing open containers or consuming alcoholic beverages in any outside location or in public areas inside University buildings including the residence halls, Davis Community Center, Henley Basement (Cheverton Commons), residence hall floor lounges, hallways or quad areas, except under those specific conditions outlined in Appendix 6.

d. Consuming alcohol in a private University residence or at a University event when an individual under the age of 21 is present. Students 21 or older may only consume alcoholic beverages in a private University residence or at a University event when that residence/location is isolated and no one under the age of 21 is present. No persons under the age of 21 may be in a University residence while alcohol is present regardless of the amount of time an individual has spent in that residence.  Exceptions to these specific conditions are outlined in Appendix 6.

e. Possessing kegs and other common source containers as well as devices designed for the rapid consumption of alcohol (e.g., beer bongs, funnels, etc.); engaging in behavior (e.g., games like beer pong, flip cup, etc.) that promotes the rapid or excessive consumption of alcohol.

f. Possessing or displaying empty alcohol containers by residence students who are under the age of 21. Residents over the age of 21 may not display empty alcohol containers in windows nor keep more than 6 empty alcohol containers displayed in their room/apartment/house. This includes empty alcoholic boxes, bottle caps, and labels used for decoration etc.

g. Students hosting events providing alcohol must secure authorization from the Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students, or his/her designee, and adhere to the guidelines provided.

h.    Providing alcohol with the intent of taking advantage of another. (See Appendix 6: Alcohol and Substance Abuse Policy)

Note: Residential students living in the Substance Free Communities will be subject to involuntary removal from this area if they violate the Alcohol or Drug policy.

+-Illegal Substances

The following behaviors are prohibited:

  1. Use, possession, sale, distribution and/or production of narcotic or other controlled substances (including marijuana), or acting as an accessory, liaison, or facilitator for any of the above, except as expressly permitted by law (See Appendix 6: Alcohol and Substance Abuse Policy). “Medicinal” marijuana is prohibited on campus. Any drugs and/or paraphernalia found to be in a student’s possession, residence, or assigned area will be considered to be in the possession of the student whether or not he or she is the individual who purchased or furnished the drugs, paraphernalia, or handmade drug use device.  Confiscated paraphernalia will not be returned to students at anytime.
  2. Illegal or improper use of prescription medicines. All prescription medicines must be kept in their original bottle and must have the prescription from the doctor noted on the bottle. Prescription medicines found without their prescription attached will be confiscated until such time that the prescription can be produced. All prescription medications must be prescribed to the person in possession of the medication. The use or possession of “medicinal” marijuana is also prohibited on campus, and will be treated as a violation of the illegal substances policy.
  3. Possession of drug paraphernalia, including but not limited to: water pipes, scales, needles, clips, rolling papers, bongs etc.; any device that may be associated with drug use, regardless of whether it is purchased or handmade, even as props for filming.
  4. Use of a legal substance in an improper manner (e.g. ingesting a cleaning chemical, inhaling other chemical substances for the purpose of intoxication). 
  5. Providing drugs with the intent of taking advantage of another.

+-Weapons, Explosives, and Hazardous Materials

Possession or use of the following is prohibited:

  1. Any type of firearm, BB pellet gun, paint gun, realistic facsimile of a weapon or any counterfeit item, stun gun, and/or taser weapon.
  2. Ammunition, including rounds, casings, shells, clips, magazines, and paint pellets and cartridges.
  3. Switch blades, any blade over 3 inches that is not designed and used for cooking.
  4. Bows and arrows with the exception of archery classes.
  5. Martial arts weapons.
  6. Slingshots and water balloon launchers.
  7. Explosive devices and fireworks.
  8. Dangerous chemicals or other hazardous materials.  
  9. All other weapons listed in the California Penal Code section 12020, and/or other weapons considered dangerous on University premises or at University sponsored events.

Note: Possession of “prop” weapons, or other facsimile weapons, by student(s) who have not secured prior approval for use/possession of a prop weapon, is a violation of the weapons policy and will be subject to conduct review.  For approval processes for use/possession of prop weapons please see the Office of Public Safety, Office of Housing & Residence Life, Student and Campus Life as well as the Dodge School of Film and Media Arts.  Any weapon found to be in residence or in a student’s assigned area or belongings will be considered to be in their possession even if they are not the party who purchased the weapon and/or brought the weapon into the residence.  

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