The athletics department has ATOD policies that incorporate standards set in current federal Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act legislation and NCAA regulations. The policies clearly define ATOD testing standards, procedures, and sanctions. They are well disseminated to all athletics personnel, uniformly enforced, and regularly reviewed.
Student Athlete Drug and Alcohol Program (p. 80) - The Ohio State University
- This comprehensive policy includes education, drug testing, sanctioning, and referral. This is a link to the student-athlete handbook.
Alcohol and Drug Education and Testing Program - University of California, Irvine
- The policy provides information on alcohol & other drug education, banned substances, drug testing selection & procedures, sanctions, counseling options, Safe Harbour program and appeals.
Substance Abuse Policy - Shippensburg University
- A detailed policy document that outlines the Athletic Department's philosophy/principles on substance use and sanctions for alcohol, marijuana and illicit drug use.
Student-Athlete Handbook (p. 14) - Concordia University
- The policy addresses alcohol, tobacco, marijuana and dietary supplements, includes provisions for testing due to reasonable suspicion and provides a statement of support for students in recovery.
Student-Athlete Drug Testing & Education Policy - Adams State University
- A detailed policy that includes educational requirements for all student-athletes, responsibilities of Athletics Department staff, and a detailed Safe Harbour program.
Drug Testing Policy - Salisbury University
- A detailed policy document that outlines the policy purpose, policies for alcohol and for banned substances, the testing process, separate sanctions for alcohol and banned substances and the parental notification policy.
Drug Testing Policy (section 4 of the Student-Athlete Handbook) - Wilson College
- A comprehensive policy that provides detailed descriptions of the testing procedure, sanctions, and self-referral process. Provides many examples of how they educate their students on the policy and on banned substances.