Student Conduct

Good Samaritan Protocol

Purpose

Student health and safety is a primary concern for the campus community. Students are expected to contact Residential Life or Campus Safety when it is believed an individual needs medical attention due to the abuse of alcohol or other drugs including prescription, over-the-counter, or other.

How Does it Work?

The Good Samaritan Protocol is designed to provide education rather than discipline when a student voluntarily contacts university personnel or outside emergency services for medical assistance related to alcohol or other drugs.

Who is Covered?

Individuals covered by the Good Samaritan Protocol are the caller, the person in need of assistance, the host Student organization, and any witnesses named in the incident report.