Recreational Drugs Diversion Program
The Recreational Drugs program is based on the Lifestyle Risk-Reduction Model. The first goal is to help each participant reduce risk for any type of drug problem. The second goal is to help participants understand and accept the need to make changes to protect the things most valuable in their lives. This is a diversion program for students who have been sanctioned by University Judiciaries. Classes are offered two times per quarter.
If you are required to attend Recreational Drugs as a condition of your judicial sanction, you must register for the next available class by the date and time provided to you by your University Judiciaries hearing officer. You will need to come to the Department of Health Promotion, Baker University Center 339, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, to register.
Once you are officially registered for the next available class, there is a $100 fine to reschedule this class. This re-registration fine applies both for rescheduling an upcoming class or rescheduling a class missed.
Exemptions to the $100 rescheduling fine are rare. If an exemption is requested, you must provide proof based on the following criteria:
Death in the family
You must provide a dated obituary or program from the funeral.
You must provide dated proof of services received from a healthcare provider.
Unique extenuating circumstances
You must contact the intervention program director to explain why your situation
is unique at least one week prior to the scheduled Recreational Drug class.
Corroborating documentation of this circumstance must be provided.
If an exemption is made, you will be required to register for the next scheduled Recreational Drug class.
Registration/re-registration fines are nonrefundable.