Drug Free Schools

Northern Arizona University is committed to providing a healthy educational environment, consistent with university policies and free from unlawful acts. In addition, NAU must certify compliance with The Drug-Free Workplace Act (41 USCA 701), The Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (20 USCA 7101), and The Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Regulations (34 CFR 86). As such, the university is taking this opportunity to inform each student of the health risks, university policies, university and legal sanctions, the prevention/intervention programs associated with alcohol and other drug abuse, and information concerning medical marijuana, as well as the university's tobacco-free policy. The links at the bottom of this page will direct you to that information. We encourage you to review these materials so that you may make educated and informed decisions related to alcohol and drugs.

Tobacco-Free Policy

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention/Intervention Programs

Legal Sanctions/Disciplinary Action Associated with Alcohol and Drug Use

Health Risks Associated with Alcohol and Drugs

University Policies for Students Regarding Alcohol and Drugs

Medical Marijuana