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Drugs


Fordham University strictly prohibits the unauthorized possession, use, distribution, sale, facilitation in the sale, purchase, or production of barbiturates, amphetamines, marijuana, opiates, hallucinogens, or any other addictive or illegal drugs and/or drug paraphernalia.  Such conduct violates the University Code of Conduct, as well as state and federal laws.  

For purposes of this policy, “drug” includes, but is not limited to, marijuana, heroin, LSD, cocaine, mushrooms, ecstasy, ketamine, and prescription drugs.  Drug also includes any substance that is used to change mood or alter reality and is not used in accordance with a medical prescription (e.g., household chemicals/agents, steroids, naturally derived substances).  “Drug paraphernalia” includes, but is not limited to, hookahs, pipes, bongs, hollowed out cigars, and vaporizers.

All illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia are subject to confiscation and the University reserves the right to refer potential criminal violations to local law enforcement authorities.  Students who have used or are using drugs may wish to seek counseling, and are reminded that physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, and priests are available for such help.



Updated on Friday, August 16, 2013

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