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OSU is committed to maintaining a workplace and educational environment free from the abuse of alcohol and the unlawful manufacture, use, dispensing, possession, or distribution of controlled substances.
Information about the employee assistance program, which provides counseling services for employees and their eligible family members and treatment programs that are offered through them for employees.
List of the effects of frequently used substances and additional information about drugs and alcohol.
Chart of drugs of abuse with the trade name/other name, medical uses, usual method and possible effect.
Learn more about student conduct information and regulations regarding a drug-free campus.
These rules govern the conditions under which alcoholic beverages may be consumed in areas other than housing units on the University campus.
On October 21, 1988, Congress enacted the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988. This statute requires that all institutions receiving grants from any federal agency certify to that agency that they will maintain a drug-free workplace. The OSU Drug-Free Workplace Policy was developed to accomplish this purpose.
If you’re struggling with a work or family issue, free confidential help is just a call away. You and your eligible dependents can receive help on many issues.