It is important for all UNO students and employees (faculty and staff) to adhere to the university's Drug-Free Campus Policy.
Reminders to review the policy will be sent, via email, each semester with information and updates regarding the policy.
Included below is the most recent version of the policy, which describes the health risks; available assistance and treatment avenues; and legal and disciplinary sanctions of using illegal drugs or alcohol.
Drug Policy (Updated 2020) - University of Nebraska Omaha
Questions about this policy? please contact:
Counseling and Psychological Services | 402.554.2409
UNO Division of Student Success | 402.554.2779
UNO Human Resources
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