The Alcohol Policy of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is designed to support the larger mission of the University and to promote the values of honor and integrity, personal responsibility, dynamic learning, and community engagement. The Alcohol Policy strives to cultivate an educational environment that encourages healthy and responsible behaviors, fosters academic and personal success, supports student retention, and promotes the safety and well-being of all members of the University community.
Alcohol Policy Process
The Initial Meeting The initial meeting is intended to serve as an opportunity to gain the student or student leader’s perspective on the alleged violation(s) and determine whether there exists a reasonable basis to charge for a potential violation. During this meeting the student will also review the incident report and evidence received, review procedural alternatives available […]
Appeals & Appeal Submission
Students and student organizations whose cases have been resolved through the Alcohol Policy process may be eligible to appeal their case outcome, depending on the hearing type in which they participated. Student Conduct recognizes three grounds for appeal of an Alcohol Policy Violation: Procedural Rights: A violation of procedural rights afforded in the Procedures for Adjudication & […]
Sanctions & Sanction Submission
If a student or student organization are found responsible for violating the Alcohol Policy, the Hearing Officer will determine the most appropriate sanction(s) to assure that students are able to learn and grow from their experiences. Sanctions are determined on a case by case basis, but follow general guidelines written into the Alcohol Policy under Section V. There […]