The distribution, possession, or use of alcoholic beverages or non-prescribed and illegal drugs is not permitted on Trinity's campus, off-campus housing, or at college sponsored activities. Violations of college policies or state laws will be addressed by college disciplinary policies and/or local law enforcement. Laws regarding the possession, sale or furnishing alcohol are governed by state law and enforced by local law enforcement. The possession, sale or distribution of any illegal drug or controlled substance is prohibited under state and federal law.
The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989 requires that Trinity Christian College, as a recipient of federal funds, including federal-provided student financial aid, notify its students and employees that the unlawful possession, use or distribution of alcohol and illegal drugs are prohibited on college property and that local community drug and alcohol programs are available.
This Act and the provisions Trinity Christian College has taken to conform to the Act can be found in the Trinity Christian College Student Handbook and the Trinity Christian College Employee Handbook.