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Alcohol and Drug Information


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Additional Alcohol Information


During the 2012-2013 academic school year, alcohol violations accounted for 43% of all misconduct violations adjudicated by Judicial Affairs. Drug violations were the second most prevalent form of misconduct. In addition, 50% of the disciplinary suspensions were alcohol or drug related last year.

To access the policy statement on Alcohol and Other Drugs, please see the following link:

Policy Statement on Alcohol and Other Drugs

Drug and Alcohol Education Program Information


Baylor University Alcohol Resources

Would you like to see how the use of alcohol can affect you? If so, complete the short e-CHUG survey below:

  • e-CHUG
  • CHOICES, a research-based prevention program, aims to help students appreciate the risks associated with alcohol use and equip them with skills and knowledge to make better decisions. Choices alcohol education programs are available through the Baylor University Counseling Center; for more information call: 254-710-2467.


    For complete information regarding Texas state laws governing alcohol, consult the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission at the link below:

  • Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

  • For information regarding alcohol or drug counseling, or treatment, contact the Baylor Counseling Center at 254-710-2467 or the Waco Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse at 254-753-7332.