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Alcohol and Illegal Drugs Policies

Briefly stated, the College respects the laws of Iowa which have established the legal drinking age at 21. Illegal drugs are not permitted on College property. Hawkeye Public Safety officers enforce College policies prohibiting the underage drinking and drug laws. The College cooperates with all law enforcement agencies in the enforcement of laws pertaining to the use, sale, and possession of alcohol and illegal drugs. 

The College provides information and referrals to students and employees regarding drug and alcohol abuse education and treatment programs. See the Student Handbook or the Personnel Handbook for more information.

Read the Full Alcohol-Free and Drug-Free Campus Policy

Students

Students should refer to the Student Handbook for a more detailed description of the alcohol, illegal drug, and other College policies.

Employees

Employees should refer to the Personnel Handbook for a more detailed description of alcohol, illegal drug, and other College policies affecting employees.

Students and Employees

Also see the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report and the Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Biennial Review [pdf] for more information on Alcohol and Illegal Drugs Policies.

Public Safety

Hawkeye Center 216
319-296-4234
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Public Safety Officer

319-296-4234

Metro Center Officer

319-296-4235

Public Safety Manager

Nermin Ferkic
Hawkeye Center 216
319-296-4459
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Director, Public Safety and Emergency Management

John Beckman
Hawkeye Center 216
319-296-4307
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Executive Director of Human Resource Services

John Clopton
Hawkeye Center 101
319-296-4405
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