UCSB and IV Policies

UCSB

  • Students, as well as academic and staff employees, are expected to comply with the requirements of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and the Drug-Free Workplace Act. These acts state that employees and students shall not
    • 1. use illegal substances and shall not abuse legal substances in a manner that impairs scholarly activities, job performance, or student life.
    • 2. use illegal or legal substances in a manner that violates applicable criminal or civil laws in the workplace, on university premises, at university activities, or while conducting university business.
    • 3. unlawfully manufacture, distribute, dispense, possess or use of alcohol and/or a controlled substance in the workplace, on university premises, at university activities, or while conducting university business.
  • Students found guilty of violating the UCSB Substance Abuse Policy or the Campus Regulations Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations, and Students (http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/regulations/) are subject to disciplinary sanctions which may include:
    • 1. Loss of privileges and exclusion from activities
    • 2. Warning, suspension, or dismissal
    • 3. In addition to, or in lieu of a corrective action, a student may also be required to participate in an approved counseling or treatment program.
The complete text of UCSB Substance Abuse Policies can be found here.

Isla Vista

Santa Barbara County Sheriff's zero tolerance policy means that instead of giving a warning, citations will be issued, and instead of citations, arrests will be made.

All of the Isla Vista laws and ordinances can be found in the Know the Laws section.