NCWC is committed to creating a campus environment that is not only understanding but also appreciative of its
multicultural and diverse populations. The Student Affairs Office and NCWC affirm their commitment to a policy
of non-discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, gender*, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, physical
ability, sexual orientation, or veteran status. The Student Affairs Office strongly encourages full and fair
participation of all student activities. Individuals, student organizations, the Student Affairs Office, and NCWC
must continue to strive actively to build an institution of higher learning in which opportunities are realized and
accessible to all. Exclusion based on gender is applicable only to Greek- lettered organizations within the national
structures of the National Interfraternity Conference, National Pan- Hellenic Council, and the National Pan-
Hellenic Council, and/or organizations that have an equal but opposite opportunity, based on the Title IX Education
Amendment of 1972 (Title 20 Education, U.S. Code 1988, Chapter 38, Section 1681).
Alcohol and Drug Policy
The possession, sale, use, and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages are not allowed during an official
NCWC student organization event, or in any situation sponsored or endorsed by the NCWC student
organization, or at any event an observer would associate with the NCWC student organization. The NCWC
student organization must be in compliance with any and all applicable laws of the state, country, city, and
policies of NCWC.
The possession, sale, and/or use of any illegal drugs controlled substances at any sponsored event or any
event that an observer would associate with the NCWC student organization, are strictly prohibited.
No NCWC student organization may co-sponsor an event with a distributor of alcohol, charitable
organization, or tavern (tavern defined as an establishment generating more than half of annual gross sales to
alcohol), where alcohol is given away, sold, or otherwise provided to hose present.
No member of a NCWC student organization will permit, tolerate, encourage, or participate in “drinking
A. Responsibility for monitoring College policies and procedures rests with the host NCWC student organization.
Host organization is responsible for enforcing the alcohol policy and federal, state, and local laws (regardless of
whether or not security is present) at hosted functions and has the right and responsibility to ask persons in
violation of policies to leave the premises. Representatives of host organization will be held accountable by
College for actions of members and/or guests at open functions.
B. It is the responsibility of the host to meet with the DSA and Director of Security when planning functions
involving large numbers of NCWC students and/or non-students. The Director of Security will determine the
number of security/police officers to monitor disorderly conduct of persons present at the function and to
monitor the adherence of local, county, state, and federal laws.
C. The security/police officers will have the authority to close down an open event if the host does not abide by
his/her directive to adhere to local, county, state, and federal laws.
D. All outdoor events must comply with time specified in approved noise permit. The DSA, Security, or designee
must be contacted to request a noise permit and the completed form is to be submitted three weeks prior to the
E. Requests for the approval to use on campus facilities or notification of social functions must be submitted in
writing to the DSA at one week in advance. Receipt of notification is not acceptance by the College of
responsibilities for conduct of the organization or its members. In the event of the cancellation, the sponsoring
organization must notify the DSA.
F. By agreement with other area colleges/universities, students from other institutions who cause problems at
these events will be reported to the appropriate officer at their home college/university. Each college/university
is expected to follow up on these reports.
G. An organization sponsoring late night/after hour event may be required to attend periodic meetings held to
review this policy and the organization’s responsibilities pursuant to this policy.