Student Organization Handbook

15 11. Consider inclusivity. • CART • simple PowerPoints • dietary restrictions • accessibility for visible/invisible disabilities • specific needs of your crowd 12. Create a checklist for your event. (See Appendix F for sample.) 13. Follow up for feedback with organizers, guests, and attendees. ALCOHOL AND DRUG POLICY Shepard Broad College of Law’s policy on alcohol and illicit drugs is in keeping with NSU’s formal policies on the health and well-being of members of its community—students and faculty and staff members. NSU’s educational programs are geared toward preventing substance abuse and recognize that the possession and/or use of certain substances are illegal. Students are encouraged to weigh the gravity of losing vital functions from consuming too much alcohol and illicit drugs. OFF-CAMPUS REGULATIONS The use of alcoholic beverages off campus by students of legal drinking age is permissible. However, incidents of intoxication and/or misconduct are subject to university disciplinary action. Students are expected to comply with municipal, state, and federal laws pertaining to the possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages. Any violation of these laws may result in disciplinary action including, but not limited to, probation, suspension, or expulsion from the university.