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3 College Freshman

Drug Safety: It's not too good but I personally take a part in some of it.

4 College Freshman

Drug Safety: there are no smoking and it is a dry campus

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4 College Freshman

Drug Safety: I feel the school offers a lot to students to keep them aware of drug and alcohol safety

3 College Junior

Drug Safety: I haven't really seen enough to give a good answer to this

3 College Sophomore

Drug Safety: Those who choose to drink, do not drink on campus, and a very large majority take part responsibly.

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Drugs on campus are present, but not excessive. Certainly, alcohol and marijuana are the most used—and sometimes abused—drugs on campus. However, they are the norm, and students do not really make a big deal of it. Furthermore, there is no real drug trade on campus in regard to hardcore drugs, such as cocaine—though they are used in small numbers. As a result, there is no real pressure to do drugs—it is an individual's choice whether to participate.

While drugs are easily accessible and ever-present on campus, the University Police does not turn a blind eye. The police are quick to respond to any visible drunken incident or drug presence, especially if the student is underage, so it is not uncommon to hear stories of students running from houses to prevent being arrested by incoming officers. Also, though marijuana and alcohol often slip through police patrols, the other "hardcore" drugs, if at all found, are quick to be eliminated. Ultimately, drugs are an everyday reality, but not a major concern here.

Facts & Statistics

Alcohol-Related Referrals
Alcohol-Related Arrests
Drug-Related Referrals
Drug-Related Arrests
Most Popular Drugs
  • Alcohol
  • Marijuana
Drug Counseling Programs
Counseling Center
Guerrieri University Center, Room 263
(410) 543-6070
Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous

Student Polls

Name the most popular drugs on campus.    Based on 56 responses

  • 36% Alcohol
  • 32% Marijuana
  • 18% Prescription "study drugs" (Adderall, Ritalin)
  • 3% None
  • 3% Prescription painkillers (Vicodin, OxyContin)
  • 2% Other prescription drugs (barbiturates, Valium, Xanax)
  • 2% Steroids
  • 2% Cocaine
  • 1% Heroin
  • 0% Ecstasy
  • 0% Psychedelics (LSD, mushrooms)
  • 0% Methamphetamine

How would you describe the drug scene on campus (not including alcohol)?    Based on 56 responses

  • 4% Drugs are not used on campus. Seriously.
  • 36% Barely noticeable. Very few students take part.
  • 38% Somewhat noticeable. Less than half of students take part.
  • 23% Pretty noticeable. Many students take part.
  • 0% Very noticeable. Most students take part.

How would you describe the social drinking scene on campus?    Based on 55 responses

  • 5% Students don't drink on campus. Seriously.
  • 15% Barely noticeable. Very few students take part.
  • 9% Somewhat noticeable. Less than half of students take part.
  • 42% Pretty noticeable. Many students take part.
  • 29% Very noticeable. Most students take part.

How much access do underage students have to alcohol?    Based on 56 responses

  • 11% Very limited.
  • 16% Somewhat limited.
  • 54% Somewhat abundant.
  • 20% Practically unlimited.

How does peer pressure affect students' use of drugs and alcohol?    Based on 56 responses

  • 25% You can have a great social life without drugs or alcohol.
  • 46% Most people partake in some form, but no one treats you differently if you don't.
  • 23% You'll definitely feel a little awkward if you don't drink.
  • 5% If you don't partake, you're left out.
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