Consumer Information

Alcohol and Drug Policies On Campus and in the Work PlaceAugust 2011

Resources at ESU Available to Students

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention (ADAP)620-341-5222
Counseling Center 
Health Services620-341-5222
ESU Police & Safety620-341-5337
Student Legal Services620-341-5481

Resources in Emporia Available to Students

Emergency911
Emporia Police Department620-342-1766
Lyon County Sheriff’s Department620-342-5545
Mental Health Center of East Central Kansas620-343-2211
Newman Regional Health 620-343-6800

Resources Available for Faculty/Staff

Emergency911
Human Resources620-341-5379
Health Quest - State of Kansas Health and Wellness Program1-888-275-1205
or TDD/TT 800-766-3777
Lyon County Sheriff’s Department620-342-5545
Mental Health Center of East Central Kansas620-343-2211
Newman Regional Health 620-343-6800

Emporia State University Policies and Procedures

Health Risks

Legal Sanctions


Higher Education Act

Under the Higher Education Act, a student may become ineligible for federal student aid upon conviction of any offense involving the possession or sale of illegal drugs while receiving Title IV federal financial aid. Federal aid includes Federal Stafford Loans, Federal PLUS Loans, Federal Graduate PLUS Loans, Federal Pell Grants, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, Federal ACG Grants, Federal SMART Grants, Federal TEACH Grants, Federal Work Study, and Perkins Loans.

Biennial Review

Emporia State University will conduct a biennial review of its alcohol and drug prevention programs to assess effectiveness.  In addition, all required statistical data as well as sanction type will be reported as part of the review.