In compliance with federal guidelines, The University of Toledo’s Department of Internal Audit and Compliance has prepared an annual notification of UToledo’s Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention program and posted this notification online.
Check out a PDF of the report. Emails linked to the report also was sent to UToledo faculty, staff and students April 29.
“To be consistent with our mission to improve the human condition, and to maintain an environment of a world-class institution with committed leadership, The University of Toledo is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy learning and working environment,” said Elliott Nickeson, Clery Act compliance officer in UToledo’s Department of Internal Audit and Compliance. “The University strives to maintain an environment free of drugs and alcohol. In compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989, the institution wants to ensure the UToledo community is aware of the standards of conduct, the possible legal sanctions, and the ATOD programs and resources available to all faculty, staff and students.”
The U.S. Department of Education’s Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act regulations require institutions of higher education to review their ATOD programs and policies every two years and send an annual notification a minimum of once each year.