Frequently Asked Questions


What are the policies regarding alcohol and drugs?

Students are expected to make responsible decisions concerning the use of alcohol. The College recognizes and abides by all state laws, and will cooperate fully with civil authorities. Alcoholic beverages may be possessed and consumed (not sold) by anyone of legal drinking age (21). Alcohol is not allowed in public areas in the residence halls or residential houses. Alcohol may be served at registered events where a carding system, food, and alternative beverages are present. The illegal use, sale, distribution, or possession of drugs is prohibited anywhere on the Carleton campus. Education and counseling on alcohol and drugs is provided by staff members in Student Health and Counseling and the Office of Health Promotion.

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