Campus Alcohol Policy

UAA Alcohol POLICY

The Dean of Studentshas the authority to approve events where beer and wine may be served to individuals of legal age with positive identification. Approval to serve beer and wine will be granted on a designated premises for private university sanctioned events for a limited period of time. The sale of beer and wine at university-sanctioned events on campus is only permissible in the Alaska Airlines Center. Personal consumption, possession, ot display of beer, wine, or other alcoholic beverages is prohibited in university public places, except as it pertians to events in the Alaska Airlines Center. The possession of kegs and other large quantities of alcoholic beverages will only be allowed by special permission of the Chancellor.

Any person who exhibits offensive behavior, misconduct, excessive noise or creates a public disturbance on property owned or supervised by the University will be subject to the disciplinary and/or legal action.

To see the full UAA Alcohol Policy, please refer to the UAA Student Handbook.

residence life alcohol policy

UAA's residential communities provide a convenient and enrishing living/learning environment. A major goal of the learning expereince is to promote individual choice and responsible behavior. A major concern is maintaining an environment that is conducive to learning. Noise and irreponsible or disturbing behavior that distracts from the learning environment will result in disciplinary and/or legal action

The alcohol policy for UAA's residential communities permits some residents who are a minimum of 21 years of age to pressess and consume limited quantities of alcoholic beverages in certain aprtments or suites in accordance with the Department of Residence Life policies. All other restrictions on personal alcohol consumption, outlined under the UAA Alcohol Policy and the Student Code of Conduct apply. Alcohol policies for the three residential  communities can be found here:

Anchorage Campus:

https://www.uaa.alaska.edu/students/residence-life/guidetoOCL/substances.cshtml

Kenai Peninsula College (page 29):

 kpc.alaska.edu/student_life/housing_dining/krc-residence-life/handbook

Prince William Sound College (page 50):

pwsc.alaska.edu/download/Residence-Life-Handbook-2017_2018-1.pdf

university authorized travel

Students and student organizations are responsible for ensuring that they and their guests comply with the Student Code of Conduct while on property owned or contolled by the University, or while at activities authorized by the University. Violations of the Student Code of Conduct are subject to UAA's student conduct review process and disciplinary action.

While in University travel status, students are prohibited from consuming, possessing, or being under the influence of alcohol or other illegal substances unless the individual has applied for and recieved a n approved request for serving beer and wine from the Dean of Students. For the purpose of this policy, travel status starts when students begin transporting themselves to the event and ends when they return to thier original starting location. 

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