Alcohol Enforcement

CSU Stanislaus, along with the rest of the nation's colleges and universities, is very concerned, about the irresponsible and potentially dangerous use of alcohol by its students, particularly those under 21 years of age. We know that irresponsible and/or illegal use of alcohol often creates academic, social, physical, emotional, and legal problems for our students that prevent them from being successful at the university and beyond. As an institution, we are committed to working with community partners to prevent these problems and to keep our students, and the community, safe.

Prevention Efforts

SMART
Students Managing Alcohol Responsibly Together is an annual event sponsored by the UPD and Housing to raise awareness of alcohol related problems and prevention efforts at CSU Stanislaus.

NCAA
UPD Officers participate in National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness events that take place on campus every year in November to raise awareness of alcohol related problems and prevention efforts at CSU Stanislaus.

Avoid-The-12
The UPD is part of a Stanislaus County joint Law Enforcement task force that specially addresses alcohol related problems through DUI checkpoints, strike teams and educational events.

MADD
The UPD is annually awarded special recognition for excellence in DUI enforcement and alcohol related accident prevention efforts

Counseling Services
Students may receive free and confidential substance abuse counseling by calling (209) 667-3381.

Student Health Services
Students may receive medical services relating to substance abuse by calling (209) 667-3396.

CSU Stanislaus Policy on the Sale, Consumption and Possession of Alcohol on campus and at University sponsored events.pdf

MIP = Minors in Possession
UPD Officers proactively monitor the on-campus alcohol possession and consumption of persons under the age of 21.

DUI = Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs
UPD Officers proactively enforce all California Vehicle code laws pertaining to driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs.