As a component of a disciplinary sanction, hearing authorities may impose conditions that are educational in nature and reflect the nature and gravity of the offense. Conditions of a sanction may include, but are not limited to:
1. Educational seminars;
2. University based intervention programs for alcohol and other drugs;
3. Reflective essays;
4. Restrictions on right of access to campus facilities and programs;
5. Restitution for damage;
6. Community restitution (community service);
7. Room changes, and/or;
8. Other sanctions that are educational in nature.
Once officially registered for the next available class, there is a $100 fee to reschedule this class. This re-registration fee applies both for rescheduling an upcoming class or rescheduling a class missed. Exemptions to the $100 rescheduling fee are rare. If an exemption is requested, students must provide proof based on the following criteria:
1. Death in the family (students must provide a dated obituary or program from the funeral).
2. Medical emergency (students must provide dated proof of services received from a healthcare provider).
3. Unique extenuating circumstances (students must contact the Director of Community Standards to explain why the situation is unique at least one week prior to the scheduled Prime for Life class. Corroborating documentation of this circumstance must be provided. If an exemption is made, students will be required to register for the next scheduled Prime for Life class).
1. A confidential, safe setting for students to openly explore their alcohol and other drug involvement.3. A letter of completion/incompletion to the Office of Community Standards, or court, or probation officer regarding a student's participation in BASICS.
2. An assessment of risk for continued alcohol and other drug related problems. Personalized written and verbal feedback to promote reduced risk for alcohol and other drug related problems.
The BASICS Program DOES NOT:
1. Conduct a comprehensive biopsychosocial assessment of alcohol and drug use.
2. Transmit personal information or details about a student's participation in the program to outside referral sources. This creates a level of safety that most students need in order to honestly assess their alcohol use problems.
3. Result in treatment recommendations or diagnosis that might be required by your court or probation officer; you will need to seek this type of service elsewhere.