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Written by Meghan B.
Drugs are hardly ever seen and very rarely ever talked about at FHU because it's a Christian campus. FHU has a strict zero-tolerance policy for any type of drug, and any student caught with or using drugs is expelled immediately. The handbook clearly states that, "Use and/or possession of illegal drugs and/or drug paraphernalia and abuse of prescription medicine are strictly forbidden."
FHU also reserves the right to randomly drug screen any student, and if the test comes back negative, the University will pay for the screening. If it comes back positive, of course, the student will pay for the test and be automatically expelled for one year. It is very rare that a student is found to have been using or keeping drugs, though; there have been maybe three or four cases in the past year.
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