10 Commonly Asked Questions Regarding the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act (DFSCA) Regulations

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- Add to Calendar 2022-12-14 14:00:00 2022-12-14 15:00:00 10 Commonly Asked Questions Regarding the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act (DFSCA) Regulations As part of the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Regulations, every institution of higher education which receives federal funds (e.g. financial aid, Pell grants, research grants) is required to annually notify students, staff, and faculty concerning alcohol and other drugs, maintain a program to address substance misuse, and complete a full review of their comprehensive substance abuse program on a biennial basis. Many schools have neglected abiding by the Drug-Free Schools’ regulations, and are finding themselves in non-compliance when audited. This workshop will review the most commonly asked questions regarding current DFSCA requirements and mandates, including required components of the annual notification, what constitutes a substance abuse program, and best practices regarding the Biennial Review Process. Free registration. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

As part of the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Regulations, every institution of higher education which receives federal funds (e.g. financial aid, Pell grants, research grants) is required to annually notify students, staff, and faculty concerning alcohol and other drugs, maintain a program to address substance misuse, and complete a full review of their comprehensive substance abuse program on a biennial basis. Many schools have neglected abiding by the Drug-Free Schools’ regulations, and are finding themselves in non-compliance when audited. This workshop will review the most commonly asked questions regarding current DFSCA requirements and mandates, including required components of the annual notification, what constitutes a substance abuse program, and best practices regarding the Biennial Review Process. Free registration.


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