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The level at which the alleged alcohol violation will be heard is determined by the specifics of the particular incident, past history or conduct violation(s), the severity of the alleged violation, as well as other violations which may have occurred simultaneously.
 
  1. First level alcohol violations will likely result in a written warning, $100 fine, and additional sanctions which may include participation in an Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) assessment or education programs.
  2. Second level alcohol violations will likely result in a $150 fine and additional sanctions which may include parental notification, and participation in an AODA assessment or education programs.
  3. Third level alcohol violations will likely result in a $200 fine and additional sanctions which may include parental notification and participation in an AODA assessment or education programs, and/or referral to the Carroll Conduct Board which may result in probation, suspension, or termination from housing and/or dismissal from the university.

*First, second and third level alcohol sanctions may be more severe depending of the specifics of the particular incident, past history of conduct violation(s), the severity of the alleged violation, as well as other violations that may have occurred simultaneously. 

 
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