When cited on campus for alcohol and drug violations for the first time, CSULB students are given a mandated appointment to attend and complete the ATOD Mandatory Class. The ATOD Step 1 Mandatory Class is a three hour class that discusses responsible decision making, negative consequences of alcohol and drug use, and compliance with campus policy and regulations.
When cited on campus for a second policy violation, CSULB students having already attended the ATOD Mandatory Class are given a mandated appointment with an experienced alcohol and drug counselor in the ATOD Program. This appointment provides a more detailed examination of the student's behavior and risks associated with alcohol and/or drug use. The ASSIST motivational interview assessment is the tool utilized to identify the student's risk level and appropriate resources.
When cited on campus for a third alcohol and drug violation, CSULB students are referred to the Office of Judicial Affairs where appropriate action will be executed.
Please note: These steps carry over from one year to the next for as long as a student is enrolled at the University.