Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

The Master’s University (Master’s) seeks to foster an alcohol and drug-free environment in which to work, live, learn, and grow.  An aspect of this commitment is the regular communication (campus seminars, community meetings and website information) and enforcement of the regulations on alcohol and other drugs and substances contained within our Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program. Master’s DAAPP is in accordance with Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention regulations (section 22) of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 (34 CFR Part 86 Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Subpart B).

The Master’s University Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program is located here and a paper copy may be provided by the office of Student Life upon request:

If you need help or know someone with an alcohol, drugs, or substance-related problem, please know that the Resident Directors, Deans, Student Life Administration, or Human Resources Department will provide assistance to those who come forward seeking help. To connect with any of these representatives please visit them on campus or call 1.800.568.6248.

For more information on the risks, prevention, and clinical treatment of drug and alcohol abuse, you may review the following information provided by the Center for Disease Control, American College Health Association, and