Keeping it safe

To ensure the safety of everyone in attendance, you'll need to abide by these rules:

1.    Campus Patrol services must be in attendance for any student sponsored event where alcohol is served.

2.    Members of the general public under the age of 19 are not permitted to attend wet/dry events on campus.

3.    Once the above steps have been taken and you begin to advertise the event, in fairness to your patrons you should be stating on posters: "Must have current valid student ID and if planning on consuming alcohol must have picture ID with date of birth".  This could be NB Liquor ID or a driver's license. This will facilitate better communication of the event requirements to those attending.

4.    Campus Patrol will count patrons entering an event and will permit only the number established by the Fire Marshall’s office as per the posted Occupancy Rate for that room. There is absolutely no one on the campus who is permitted to waive the occupancy rate number and allow more people into an event than is stated on the card posted in that particular room. Again, please do not request the campus patrol to ignore this regulation. At no time should event organizers or SRC members interfere with the Campus Patrol in the performance of their duties.

5.    Security would also request at least one member of the sponsoring group refrain from consuming alcohol during event so that Campus Patrol has someone responsible they can confer with throughout the evening and until the end of the event.

6.    Outdoor events require a great deal of planning and the University must be consulted during the planning stages of such an event in order to avoid disappointment.

7.    Excerpt from Student Disciplinary Code;

1.    OFFENCE: Students who, in a public place, or in an area of a residence building not authorized for alcohol , consume alcoholic beverages, or are in possession of open liquor as defined by the Liquor Control Act, other than in accordance with the provisions of the Liquor Control Act, are guilty of an offence.

SANCTIONS: To include one or more of:
a.    fine up to a maximum of 6 percent;
b.    restriction of such student social privileges as the Committee may determine;
c.    community service;
d.    counselling;
e.    performance bond;
f.    letter(s) of apology.
2.    OFFENCE: Students who at any event sponsored by the University, or any of its duly constituted or recognized bodies:
a.    are in possession of, or consume alcoholic beverages where such event is designated to be a "dry" event;
b.    are in possession of, or consume alcoholic beverages following upon an order to the contrary by an on-duty CP or Security;
c.    are in possession of, or consume alcoholic beverages while not in possession of an authorization stamp;
d.    being of any age, knowingly furnish alcoholic beverages to any person under the age of 19 years;
e.    being under the age of 19 years, are in possession of, consume, or attempt to purchase for consumption or otherwise, any alcoholic beverage;
f.    are intoxicated in a public place;
g.    being engaged as a bartender:
i.    knowingly serve alcoholic beverages to a person under the age of 19 years;
ii.    serve alcoholic beverages following upon an order to the contrary made by an on-duty CP or Security;
iii.    fail to comply with the reasonable directions of CP or Security with regard to the control or supervision of the sponsored event;
h.    being Sponsor of the said event:
i.    knowingly permit violation by a student of subsections a)-f);
ii.    knowingly permit violation by a student of subsections a)-f);
iii.    fail to comply with the reasonable directions of a CP or Security with regard to the control or supervision of the sponsored event;
are guilty of an offence.