Metropolitan State University is committed to the health, wellness and safety of all members of the university community-students, faculty, staff and administrators. The information below focuses on policies, regulations and procedures designed to provide a safe and healthy environment conducive to academic and personal growth.
The Drug Prevention Program provides information and resources to help university community members make responsible choices regarding alcohol and illicit drugs. Metropolitan State University complies with and supports the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees policy governing alcohol and other drugs on campus, the Drug Free Schools Community Act, Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (1986), the Drug Free Workplace Act, the Camus Security Act, Minnesota State Law and Federal Legislation. Learn more self-assessment screenings and educational programs at: