Generally, the University prohibits the possession, use or distribution of alcohol on the University’s campuses. However, alcohol may be served at University-sponsored and third-party events in the President's Suite, Trustee Board Room, the Baker Martin House, the Louella Baker Martin Pavilion and other areas approved by the President or a Vice President. Approval is required for all events serving alcohol on campus and for all off-campus student events. Typically, the President or Vice President for Advancement approves University sponsored events. The Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services approves off-campus student events. A Vice President must approve third-party facility use events.
The Alcohol Permit Form must be completed and approved for all events on campus and all student events serving alcohol off campus.
Basic Requirements for All Events Serving Alcohol
All off-campus student events that are sponsored by the University where alcohol is served must have an Alcohol Permit Form signed by the Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services. For approval, the following federal guidelines must be met:
Student organizations that violate these policies may be subject to the following sanctions:
At its sole discretion, the University may disapprove the use of alcohol at any event for any reason.