Community Wellness Services supports and enhances the mission of the University of Dayton by promoting learning and personal development in the seven dimensions of wellness, providing alcohol and other drug interventions for students, and consultation to faculty and staff in these areas.
Through prevention and intervention, the student is guided to create a balanced lifestyle to contribute to their optimal personal development. Community Wellness Services utilizes science-based wellness promotion strategies to support the Marianist principles of community living and contribute to the educational mission of the University.
This website is intended to educate our community about the continuing commitment to achieve a drug-free environment and to provide an effective resource for you and your family. Therefore the University of Dayton is in compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Act Amendments of 1989 and the Drug-Free Workplace Act.
Community Wellness Services
McGinnis Room 112 & Gosiger Room 121
Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Act
The Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 require that all institutions of higher education receiving any form of financial assistance provide each student and employee member with information regarding drug and alcohol use.
The websites below provides a list of policies, programs, and information that is distributed to all faculty, staff, and students, including:
1) Written information regarding applicable federal, state, and local laws regarding alcohol possession and use;
2) Campus and Human Resource policies and standards of conduct regarding alcohol and drug use and the related sanctions;
3) A description of health risks associated with the use of alcohol and drugs;
4) A description of treatment and counseling programs available on campus.
Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Act and Drug Website