Office of Student Conduct
Academic Integrity and Classroom Civility
UMD recognizes the obligation of the administration, faculty, staff, and students to support or maintain a community atmosphere that emphasizes the development of healthy lifestyles and the making of responsible, informed decisions concerning drug and alcohol use. Efforts to provide this atmosphere will include: education through curriculum infusion, programs, and printed materials; intervention; treatment referral; and especially the support of healthy alternatives to use of drugs or alcohol.
The goal of these efforts is to provide factual information about use and abuse and to increase awareness of indicators of harmful involvement; to educate students, faculty, and staff concerning options for dealing with excessive consumption by self and/or others; and to educate concerning possible interventions to prevent further abuse.
Intervention, Treatment, and Referral
Whenever a person is concerned about another's abuse of chemicals, the concerned individual is encouraged to speak privately with the abuser. Faculty and staff needing assistance should access the Employee Assistance Program by calling (218) 720-1309 (Miller-Dwan Hospital). Students needing assistance should consult with counselors at the UMD Health Services for counseling and/or referral - (218) 726-7913.
Drug and Alcohol Policies
The University of Minnesota Duluth campus is subject to the following policies regarding the use of alcohol and drugs within its community:
Drug-Free Campus and Workplace Compliance
Regents' Policy on Alcohol Use on Campus
Student Conduct Code
UMD Residence Life Policy on Alcohol