In accordance with the federal Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and related regulations, The University of Toledo is providing the campus community with information about its alcohol and other drug programs, policies, sanctions and the risks associated with use.
UToledo’s Annual Notification of Alcohol and Other Drug Information 2020-21 is available online.
The report also provides information about on-campus and community resources available for individuals who may need assistance with drug or alcohol addiction.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989 requires institutions of higher education to review their alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention programs and policies every two years and send notification to their constituents annually.
“Several recent, highly publicized occurrences across the country in which college students have been seriously injured or have died as the result of alcohol or drug misuse provide more than enough evidence that this information is crucial to safeguarding yourself, your roommates or co-workers,” said Elliott Nickeson, assistant director of institutional compliance “I encourage everyone to take a moment to review the report. It literally could save someone’s life.”