The Hartnell Community College policy on a drug-free workplace sets forth the following guidelines for all students:
2. The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of a controlled substance on the campus or while attending an official College function off-campus is absolutely prohibited and subject to disciplinary action.
3. The on-campus use of alcohol is previously mentioned.
4. The College recognizes drug/alcohol/chemical dependency as an illness and a major health problem.
5. The College Student Conduct Code (located in the schedule of courses and general catalog) stipulates that students found in possession of dangerous drugs, restricted drugs, or narcotics, either for unprescribed use or for sale, are subject, in addition to arrest, to expulsion, suspension, probation or a lesser sanction as determined by the disciplinary hearing process.
Questions regarding this policy can be directed to the Associate Vice President, Student Affairs and Athletics, CAB Building, C151, (831) 755-6822
The Salinas Police Department enforces all federal and state laws pertaining to violations of drug manufacturing, distribution, dispensation, possession or use.
The use of drugs can result in the following:
Opiates (Heroin, pain pills, Codeine, Darvon, Vicodin, Percodan)
Hallucinogens (PCP, LSD, MDMA [Ecstasy], Designer Drugs)
Amphetamines (Benzedrine, Dexedrine - cross tops, whites, uppers; Methamphetamines - crank, crystal)
Sedatives (Barbiturates; tranquilizers - Valium, Xanax; Seconal, Tuinal - reds, downers)