For the most part the students get that this is a dry campus and that the police will find you if you have anything in your possession. The only time it is every a problem is when there is an event on campus that is open to the public.
It's great in the sense that there is a very low drug scene. Especially on campus there is little to almost no alcohol visibility and the peer pressure is low. Everyone respects each others standards and the policy enforcement is strong. All school sponsored activities are dry events and any fraternity parties specify in advance of alcohol absorption.
Most of the Fraternity parties are dry parties. All of them might even be, I don't know. I know at least one of the frat houses is a dry house, and alcohol is not allowed anywhere on campus. This is enforced. I personally don't drink, so I can't provide much more input than that.
There isn't much drug use except for some weed. Alcohol is banned, but some people still drink off campus, or try to sneak some in, but getting busted is serious. The police are very strict, but most of the students don't drink anyway
Attending USU I felt no pressure to take part in drug or alcohol use. If you look for it, you'll find it, but if you don't, it's not really part of your life. There are great programs to promote healthy lifestyle and protect those that need help getting out of bad situations involving drugs, alcohol, or bad relationships. The Campus Police have a fairly visible presence on campus and are helpful if you need them.
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