Office of Student Conflict Resolution

OSCR’s Adaptable Conflict Resolution for Alcohol and Other Drugs (ACR-for-AOD) program allows students to address alcohol or other drug-related incidents in a safe, confidential setting, and without incurring a disciplinary record.  Please note that this is an educational meeting, not a health care intervention.  While all ACR-for-AOD meetings involve certain key elements, the exact content and outcomes of a student’s ACR-for-AOD program will depend upon the nature of the incident and the student’s specific needs.  A typical ACR-for-AOD meeting entails the following key elements:

  • A review of the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities
  • A discussion of options for resolving the AOD-related incident that led to the referral to OSCR,
  • A discussion of the incident,
  • A discussion of the student’s general AOD-related use,
  • A discussion of the student’s other experiences as a member of the University community,
  • A discussion of free, campus-based AOD-related educational and health care resources, and
  • A specification of next steps, if any, to successfully complete the ACR-for-AOD program.

In the event that you elect to complete the ACR-for-AOD program, be prepared to have a meaningful discussion about your incident, your alcohol and/or other drug use, as well as your general experiences as a member of the University community.  Students are not obligated to use the ACR-for-AOD pathway to resolve AOD-related incidents. All students have the right under the Statement to contest the allegation and to request a formal hearing, administered under the Formal Conflict Resolution (“FCR”) process.

Additional Information

Minor in Possession (MIP)

Off Campus Violations of the Statement

Responding to a Complaint: FAQ

The Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities

Stay in the Blue

Choose to Be Safe and Legal!

BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students)

Individual Marijuana Education Program (IMEP)