J38-102.1 No student shall use or ingest, possess, sell, distribute, or provide to another a drug. Drugs include both illegal drugs as defined by the Drug Control Act of the Commonwealth of Virginia, prescription medications used by an individual other than the person for whom the drugs are prescribed, legal drugs used outside of their recommended directions, and/or other substances used as drugs. Examples of possession and use includes, but are not limited to, ingesting a drug, or having a drug in an area under the responsibility of the student. Areas of responsibility for a student may include, but not be limited to backpacks, refrigerators, residence hall rooms, personal belongings, private rooms, common spaces, and/or vehicles.

J38-102.2 No student shall use, possess, sell, or distribute drug paraphernalia. Examples include but are not limited to equipment, products, and materials which are designed for or used to manufacture or consume marijuana, controlled substances, or other drugs. An example of possession includes, but is not limited to, having paraphernalia in an area under the responsibility of the student. Areas of responsibility for a student may include, but not be limited to backpacks, refrigerators, residence hall rooms, personal belongings, private rooms, common spaces, and/or vehicles.

J38-102.4 Students shall not misuse or abuse drugs. This includes but is not limited to driving under the influence, public intoxication, or consuming drugs to the point of hospitalization.

See also Alcohol/Drug Strategies & Resources.

 

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