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There are risks involved with any type of drug use.

As a student at Ramapo College, your life extends beyond the classroom. Learning to make healthy decisions, including whether or not to use substances like alcohol, tobacco and marijuana is just one of the challenges you may face. These pages contain extensive information on many types of drugs and provide specific facts about each drug.

Always Remember:

There are risks involved with any substance use, including alcohol.
Most people who choose to use substances realize there are health risks involved, but they often don’t know what all of those risks are.

You can make safer choices with more accurate information.
If you choose to use drugs or alcohol, you can make safer choices. The information provided on this site can help with that decision-making process.

Respect the rights of people who do not use alcohol or drugs.
Many students on campus do not drink alcohol or use other drugs. People abstain for many reasons, including religious beliefs, personal experiences, family history and legal consequences.

Get help.
Take care of each other. If someone is seriously intoxicated, call public safety at (201) 684-6666. Don’t take a chance with someone’s life.