Alcohol & Drug Free Policy
Central Maine Community College prohibits the possession or use of illegal drugs or alcohol on the campus, property owned or controlled by Central Maine Community College, or as part of any activity of Central Maine Community College. Legal possession or consumption of alcohol on campus may be granted by obtaining the prior written approval from the College President.
Students, staff, faculty, or visitors are prohibited from attending their work and/or learning environments under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs. Doing so would not only negatively affect the individual's learning, performance, and safety, but also that of the people around them and the college community as a whole.
Individuals who violate this policy and/or federal or state law risk institutional sanctions, including dismissal from the college, as well as legal action. Individuals using alcohol or other drugs will not be exonerated from the institutional or legal consequences for their actions
For more information, please consult the Maine Community College System Drugs & Alcohol information entitled “What every student and employee of the Maine Community College System should know about the use of alcohol and illegal drugs”.
Information Related to Alcohol Use
Central Maine Community College offers students free access to the e-CHUG (electronic Check-Up to Go). E-CHUG is an interactive web survey that allows students to enter information about drinking patterns and receive immediate feedback about their use of alcohol.
CM also has printed resources and designated individuals to help students deal with issues related to substance abuse. For confidential information, contact the Dean of Students at 755-5334.
Central Maine Community College strives to prevent illegal drug use and high-risk alcohol use from negatively impacting its students, campus, and community. For more information please contact Betsy Libby at 755-5334 or email@example.com.