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All classes and labs on the Fort Wayne campus and the USF Crown Point site will continue in an online format through the spring semester.

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Violations of the University of Saint Francis Illegal Drug Policy

A partial list of University of Saint Francis drug policy violations and their possible subsequent sanctions is listed below.

Manufacture, Sale or Distribution of Illegal Drugs:

  • First Offense—Possible sanctions include, but are not limited to:
    • Expulsion from the University of Saint Francis;
    • Notification of parents/guardians of students under 21 years of age and older dependent students;
    • Notification of law enforcement authorities; and/or
    • Other sanctions as determined by the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs (or designee).

For the Possession or Use of Drug Paraphernalia, Synthetic Substances and/or Illegal Drugs:

Drug paraphernalia (e.g. bongs, pipes, grinders, etc.), illegal drugs, and synthetic substances (e.g. K2, Spice, etc.) whose common purpose is to replicate the effects of illegal substances are prohibited on campus.

  • First Offense—Possible sanctions include, but are not limited to:
    • Suspension or expulsion from University of Saint Francis housing;
    • Suspension from the University of Saint Francis for a period of not less than the remainder of the semester in which the infraction occurred;
    • Participation in a drug education activity, at the student’s expense and as determined by the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs (or designee);
    • Mandated substance abuse assessment by an approved agency, at the student’s expense, and required compliance with the assessing counselor’s evaluation;
    • Observation of one or more sessions the County Misdemeanor or Felony Drug Court as determined by the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs (or designee);
    • Authorship of a research/reflection essay;
    • Eligibility and/or activity restrictions;
    • Notification of parents/guardians of students under 21 years of age and older dependent students;
    • Notification of law enforcement authorities; and/or
    • Other sanctions as determined by the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs (or designee).
  • Second Offense— Possible sanctions include, but are not limited to:
    • Expulsion from the University of Saint Francis;
    • Notification of parents/guardians of students under 21 years of age and older dependent students;
    • Notification of law enforcement authorities; and/or
    • Other sanctions as determined by the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs (or designee).