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In any activity or event sponsored or endorsed by the student organization, including those that occur on or off University property where alcohol will be present:

  1. The student organization and its members and guests must comply with all federal, state, and local laws, including by not limited to those related to alcohol, controlled substances and drugs. 
  2. The student organization and its members and guests must comply with all University policies and procedures, including but not limited to the University's Drugs and Alcohol Policy and Anti-Hazing Policy.
  3. Alcoholic beverages must either be: (1) provided and sold on a per-drink basis by a licensed and insured third-party vendor (e.g., restaurant, bar, caterer, etc.); or (2) brought by individual members and guests of legal drinking age through a bring your own beverage ("BYOB") system for personal consumption. 
  4. The presence of alcoholic beverages above 15% alcohol by volume ("ABV") is prohibited on any University property, organizational premises or at any event, except when served at an event by a licensed and insured third-party vendor. 
  5. Common sources of alcohol, including bulk quantities, which are not to be served by a licensed and insured third-party vendor, are prohibited (e.g., amounts of alcohol greater than what a reasonable person should consume over the duration of an event). 
  6. Alcoholic beverages must not be purchased with organizational funds or funds pooled by members or guests (e.g., admission fees, cover fees, collecting funds through digital apps, etc.). 
  7. Student organizations are allowed to co-host or cosponsor events with other organizations. However, a student organization must not co-host or cosponsor, or in any way participate in, an activity or event with another group or entity that purchases or provides alcohol, illegal drugs or controlled substances. 
  8. A student organization must not co-host or cosponsor an event with a bar, event promoter, or alcohol distributor; however, a student organization may rent a bar, restaurant, or other licensed and insured third-party vendor to host an event. 
  9. Attendance by individuals who are not members of the host student organization at any event where alcohol is present must be by invitation only, and the student organization must utilize a system to track attendance. 
  10. Attendance at events with alcohol must not exceed local fire or building code capacity of the host venue (e.g., University facility, third-party vendor, chapter facility, residential property).
  11. Any event or activity related to joining a student organization (e.g., clubs, organizations, athletic group, fraternities and sororities) must be substance free. 
  12. Student organizations, members, or guest must not permit, encourage, coerce, glorify or participate in any activities involving the rapid consumption of alcohol, such as drinking games. 
  13. No events with alcohol are allowed on campus during Move-In, Orientation Week, Finals and Fraternity/Sorority Bid Night.