You are responsible for upholding federal, state, and local laws dealing with alcohol, tobacco (UAA is a smoke free and tobacco free campus), marijuana, and other drugs. Alcohol is not permitted for students less than 21 years of age, and marijuana and illegal drugs are not permitted for anyone within the on campus communities.
Alcohol is not permitted for students under 21 years old. Residential students, who are a minimum of 21 years of age, may possess and consume limited quantities of alcoholic beverages in certain apartments or suites. An individual resident and his/her/ze’s non-roommate guests who are of legal drinking age may collectively be in possession (opened or unopened) of up to 144 ounces of beer or 750 milliliters of other alcohol in the resident's room, apartment, or suite. In an apartment or suite where two or more students of legal drinking age reside, there may not be more than 288 ounces of beer or 1500 milliliters of other alcohol (opened or unopened) anywhere within the apartment or suite at any given time.
Alcohol Containers and Displays:
Empty alcohol containers count towards the limit of alcohol per person, suite, or apartment. Each resident is responsible to keep under the individual, personal, and collective limit within the apartment or suite. Collections of alcohol containers are prohibited. While you are permitted to possess alcohol/drug signage, it is a community expectation that it is not visible from the exterior of buildings, i.e. outside windows or balconies, as to promote our Wellness Initiative-Substance Free Housing.
Sale or distribution of alcohol by a person to another person
is prohibited. Sale of alcoholic beverages on campus, including
Alcohol in Common Areas:
Possession or consumption of alcohol in common areas of residential communities is not allowed, including but not limited to: lounges, hallways, stairwells, balconies, laundry rooms, bathrooms, study areas, and courtyards.
Common Sources of Alcohol:
Use of common sources of alcohol, including but not limited to kegs, party balls, beer pongs, trash cans, and punch bowls is prohibited.
games within residential communities is prohibited. The definition of drinking
games includes but is not limited to: the rapid consumption of shots of any liquid,
the practice of consuming shots equating to one’s age, “beer pong”, “century
club”, “dares” or any other activity involving the consumption of water,
alcohol, or any other liquid which involves duress or encouragement related to
the consumption of alcohol or water.
The UAA Student Code of Conduct and Residence Life policy prohibit students from possessing, using, selling, distributing, or providing marijuana or any other illegal drugs, prohibited substance, or drug paraphernalia. Residence Life policy also prohibits students from possessing, using, selling, distributing, or providing synthetic cannabinoid products, such as K2 and Spice. Being found responsible for violating UAA's drug policy may result in immediate termination of the student's housing agreement whether or not the resident has a prior UAA disciplinary record. Residents who have their housing agreements terminated for disciplinary reasons will be assessed any charges in accordance with the mid-term release schedule.
Possession of paraphernalia for intended or implied use of controlled substances or paraphernalia possessing illegal drug residue, including but not limited to: devices and/or materials used to prepare, use, or cover up the use of drugs is prohibited (ex: glass pipes, hookahs, etc.)
Hosting Parties Involving Alcohol:
A party is defined as a group of nine or more individuals who are present to participate in a social event involving alcohol. Students are considered hosts if they organize or co-organize a party at their residence, participate in a party at their residence, or invite guests to the residence to join the party. Additionally, providing alcoholic beverages to minors where alcohol and minors are present is prohibited. Any resident found responsible for hosting a gathering that exceeds the above stated alcohol limitations and/or hosting a gathering in which one or more minors consume alcohol in the resident's room, apartment, or suite may have his/her/ze’s housing agreement immediately terminated as a disciplinary sanction, whether or not the resident has a prior UAA disciplinary record.
Guests and Alcohol:
Residents of legal drinking age who bring or allow guests to bring alcohol into their rooms, apartments, or suites are responsible for coordinating with their roommates, in advance, to ensure that they collectively (resident, roommates, and all guests) do not exceed the alcohol limit permitted in their apartment or suite. Residents who are not of legal drinking age may not be in possession of alcohol at any time in their room, apartment, or suite nor may they allow guests to bring alcohol into their room, apartment, or suite regardless of the age of their guest(s).
Perceptively Under the Influence:
is prohibited to be perceptibly under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, or
other illegal drugs regardless of one's age within the residential communities.
Production of Alcohol:
Production of alcoholic beverages, or possessing materials used in the production of alcoholic beverages, is prohibited.
Smoking Tobacco, E-Cigarettes, & E-Hookahs:
Smoking is not permitted inside or outside any residence hall or apartment. Smoking in residence hall or apartment rooms or common areas will result in cleaning fees being assessed to student accounts.
Underage Usage of Alcohol:
The purchase, possession, consumption, or disruptive behavior due to public intoxication of alcohol by a person under the age of 21 is prohibited. No one over the age of 21 is allowed to have alcohol that is accessible to any person under the age of 21. Alcohol paraphernalia is also prohibited.