Drug, Alcohol and Weapons Policy
Hult International Business School prohibits the possession or use of any items that could be used or are used to harm, or threaten to harm, another individual. Hult strictly prohibits the possession of explosives, loaded or unloaded firearms and any other weapon. The use of any such item in a threatening manner is strictly prohibited on the Hult campuses or at any Hult-sponsored events. This prohibition includes, but is not limited to, chemical sprays, knives, switchblades, martial arts weapons, ammunition, darts, BB guns and paintball guns, and any other item that may be used to do bodily injury or damage. Hult also prohibits storing of any of those prohibited items in any campus building or on campus grounds. This list of prohibited items is not exhaustive and is provided by way of example only. Therefore, student with questions regarding whether an item is prohibited should consult with the Director of Operations locally.
Prohibited items will be confiscated and violators may be subject to criminal prosecution and/or referral for disciplinary action, up to and including expulsion from Hult International Business School.
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Drug and Alcohol Possession and Abuse
Hult strictly prohibits:
- the possession and/or abuse of drugs or alcohol on School property, or while representing the School;
- the sale or purchase of drugs on School property, or while representing the School;
- being under the influence of drugs or alcohol on School property, or while representing the School.
This policy applies to all forms of alcohol, illegal drugs, and legal drugs which impair job performance (unless use of the drug has been prescribed by a physician).
This policy is not intended to prohibit consumption of alcohol in moderation at School-sponsored or authorized functions where alcohol is served.
Students who are suspected of violating this policy may be: placed on disciplinary probation, asked to submit to a drug or alcohol test, or required to participate in a drug or alcohol rehabilitation program.
As a condition of continued enrollment at the School, students must agree to abide by this policy. Students who believe they may have a drug or alcohol problem are encouraged to consult the Associate Director of Student Services who can provide information on rehabilitation programs or other assistance. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.
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