Complying With the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations [EDGAR Part 86]: A Guide for University and College Administrators

Assists IHEs in improving their prevention programs by looking at the Part 86 requirements and how some IHEs have met them. The introduction presents the certification requirements IHEs must meet under the regulations and notes the consequences of failure to comply; it also provides information on meeting legal requirements not covered under Part 86 regulations. The subsequent chapters address each of the two general requirements of the Part 86 regulations. Chapter 2 outlines the requirements of the written annual notification and describes several formats that IHEs have used to present information required under the regulations to their students. Chapter 3 discusses the preparation of biennial reviews and provides excerpts from the reports of several IHEs. Appendices include a Part 86 Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations compliance checklist as well as a listing of strategic objectives and tactics focused on environmental change, with its accompanying checklist.


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