- The person or group(s) holding the function shall establish precautionary measures at the function to ensure that alcoholic beverages are not served to persons under the legal drinking age or to persons who appear intoxicated. Every organization must have a system for determining which guests are of legal age. No person under the age of 21 will be allowed to bring to or use alcohol at the event.
- Designated server(s) at the function shall not consume alcoholic beverages prior to or during the event. All alcoholic beverages intended for service must be controlled by the designated server(s).
- Non-alcoholic beverages must be available and always prominently featured at the same place as alcoholic beverages. The person or group responsible for the function will ensure significantly more non-alcoholic beverages are available for consumption than alcoholic beverages.
- The only alcoholic beverages that may be possessed or consumed at the function are those alcoholic beverages served at the function, and alcoholic beverages must be consumed within the function’s designated area.
- Alcoholic beverages may not be served or consumed at any social event held in conjunction with fraternity or sorority recruitment or other organized drive to recruit students to an organization or group.
- Alcoholic beverages shall not be provided as free awards, prizes, or rewards to an individual(s) or group(s).
- Additional restrictive guidelines for the serving and consumption of alcohol may be established by the person or group holding the function.
- All campus events at which alcoholic beverages will be served are considered potentially hazardous events and are governed by Regulation UCF-4.0292. That regulation requires the submission of a Safety Action for Event (SAFE) Form to appropriate officials to review and approve the proposed event.
- The university generally discourages the overt marketing of alcohol sales. All campus announcements or advertisements are governed by the university’s solicitation policy, Regulation UCF-4.010. Additionally, announcements or advertisements (including, but not limited to, flyers, notices, posters, banners, t-shirts, promotional items, and newspaper and radio advertisements) concerning social events governed by this policy shall note the availability of non-alcoholic beverages at the function more prominently than the availability of alcoholic beverages.
Furthermore, announcements or advertisements must:
a. State that persons being served or sold alcoholic beverages must provide proper identification
b. Contain no description of the amount of alcoholic beverages (e.g., number of kegs of beer) available at the function
c. not refer to any form of drinking contest
d. Include no images of kegs, alcoholic beverage bottles or containers, or alcoholic beverage glasses
e. Not portray the drinking of alcoholic beverages as a solution to personal or academic problems or as necessary to social, sexual, personal, or academic success
f. Contain no overt marketing of alcoholic sales.
UCF maintains a no-pets policy, with the exception of service animals.
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Be sure to lock and secure room/building at event end time if applicable.We are unable to store food and/or materials post-events and are not responsible for any items left in our facilities.
Potentially Hazardous Events
Review http://safe.sdes.ucf.edu/ before proceeding.
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