Athletic Event Alcohol Policy
Effective August 16, 2005
Individuals caught entering an athletic event in possession of and/or concealing alcohol will have their ticket privileges revoked for that game and will not be permitted to enter the event. Individuals visibly intoxicated will also not be permitted to enter the event. Those individuals caught consuming alcohol or having possession inside the event will have their ticket privileges revoked (for that game) and will be removed from the event.
Students in violation of the alcohol policy will be reported to Student Conduct for possible disciplinary action and/or counseling.
Students caught violating the alcohol policy on a second occasion will be referred to Student Conduct for disciplinary action and/or counseling and will have their season privileges revoked for the year.
Students caught violating the alcohol policy on a third occasion will have their season ticket privileges revoked permanently and will face additional disciplinary action and/or counseling by Student Conduct.
If You Are Involved In this Incident:
Notice of your alleged involvement in this incident will be referred to Student Conduct for review and adjudication. You will be contacted via email by a representative of Student Conduct within the next week and you will need to complete the required steps that are outlined in the letter.
Questions? Call Student Conduct at 334-844-1305. Ignited Cards can be picked up in Suite 1115 of the Student Center on the first floor, Monday through Friday between 7:45 am and 4:45 pm.
Typical Actions Resulting From an Alcohol Violation
First violation: You will be removed from the game. You will also be required to complete the Tiger Education Screening Intervention (TESI) through Health Promotion and Wellness Services.
Second Violation: You will be required to take a more in depth alcohol and or drug education course called TESI Advanced. You will lose your season ticket privileges for the remainder of the year.
Third Violation: Disciplinary actions as deemed appropriate by the student conduct officer and/or Student Conduct Committee. There will be a permanent revocation of the student’s season ticket privileges.
Alcohol violations are cumulative and carry over from year to year
In all cases, individuals visibly intoxicated and/or those under 21 years of age found in possession of alcohol may be subject to arrest and criminal action by law enforcement officials under Alabama State Law.
Last modified: May 23, 2019