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The sale, service, possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages shall comply with sate and federal laws, city and county ordinances, and the licensing agreement with on-campus distributors, which allow for sale and service of alcoholic beverages.In the interest of the health and safety, the University of North Florida has adopted the following procedures governing the sale, service and consumption of alcoholic beverages on campus.
The University Police Department will determine
if a uniformed officer, or a substitute approved by the University Police
Chief, must be present during the function. In such cases, the University
Police Department may assess a charge to the sponsoring group.
person or persons must be designated as the server(s) and the alcoholic
beverages(s) must be placed in such a manner that access is restricted except
through the designated server. Chartwells and Mayes Food Service are contracted for these services and must be contacted for their right of first refusal before soliciting any other servers. The
designated server must be insured and licensed to serve alcohol and be able to:
Abstain from consuming alcoholic beverages
during the event,
Verify those allowed to consume alcoholic beverages are of legal drinking age, and
Monitor attendees for signs and symptoms of over-consumption of alcoholic beverages.
Discontinue service of alcoholic beverages to those displaying symptoms of over-consumption.
Food and nonalcoholic beverages must be
available at the same place as the alcoholic beverages and featured as prominently
as the alcoholic beverages. A sufficient amount of non-salty, non-“snack”
food must also be available.
faculty/staff advisor of a student organization must be present throughout the
duration of an event where alcoholic beverages are consumed.
Advertising (including flyers, ads, notices,
posters, banners, etc.) must note the availability of nonalcoholic beverages
and food as prominently as the alcoholic beverages and shall not make reference
to the variety or quantity of alcoholic beverages available at the event. Advertising proofs should be submitted with the alcoholic beverage approval form.
The sale of alcoholic beverages on campus is
restricted to approved areas and by licensed, insured entities. Event sponsors are
prohibited from charging for alcoholic beverages directly or indirectly without
the required state license and insurance.
The sale of alcoholic beverages, without further
authorization, is restricted to the following locations:
The Boathouse - Student Union
Ballrooms - Student Union
Amphitheater - Student Union
Fine Arts Center - except classrooms
Adam Herbert University Center
Talon Room - Osprey Commons
UNF Field House
Golf Complex at the Hyat Learning Center
Alcoholic beverages purchased in the above
listed facilities must be consumed within those respective facilities.
Alcoholic beverages may be consumed in parking
lots during tailgating events, limited to 4 hours before and 1 hour after the
When an approved facility promotes a reduced-price alcoholic beverage, there shall be comparable reductions in the prices of non-alcoholic beverages during such event or period of time. Facilities permitted to sell alcoholic beverages are prohibited from doing so in a manner than promotes excessive or rapid consumption. Examples include, but are not limited to: “all you can drink”, multiple alcoholic beverages for the price of one, free or discounted drinks for certain segments of the population.
Alcoholic Beverage may not be sold, served or consumed in the following locations:
Robert W. Loftin Nature Trails
Osprey Challenge Course
Sawmill Slough Preserve
Osprey Landing, Osprey Cove, Osprey Crossings, Osprey Hall
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