Southeast Community College has adopted policies to prevent the illegal possession, use and sale of alcohol and drugs by College students, guests and employees on College premises or as part of College-sponsored or College-sanctioned activities. In addition, the College has developed programs to prevent the illicit use of drugs and the abuse of alcohol by students and employees. These programs provide services related to alcohol and drug abuse including dissemination of informational materials, educational programs, counseling services, referrals and College disciplinary actions.
Information regarding the health risks associated with alcohol and other drugs may be found at:
Year One College Behavior Profile is an online program that uses the principles of brief motivational interviewing to provide first year students with individual-level data on their drinking and tips for change. Y1CAP helps students identify risky behavior, providing brief interventions, or referring students for professional help. Information about how to access Y1CAP is available from the Student Life or Residence Life offices.
New students are provided information the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act during new student orientation and via the college catalog and the drug free schools and communities act brochure.
Residence Hall and Student Handbooks contain information about policies, protocol, and community referral information.
Annual Safety and Security Reports
The SCC Counseling Assistance Program (CAPS) provides students with access to counseling and referrals free of charge through a partnership with masters-level counseling students from area universities. Additional information is available at each campus’ Student Success Office.
Employee Assistance Program through Continuum EAP is available at no cost to full- time SCC employees. Counseling assistance is available via face-to-face meetings, telephone, and email. Employees may obtain information about the EAP through the Human Resource Office, and/or contacting them directly at 402-476-0186 or https://www.4continuum.com/.