Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs
SLCC has a drug testing program for students engaged in areas of study where drug testing is required upon entry to the program and/or randomly during the course of study. For more information or to request drug and/or alcohol testing services for your department, please contact us.
Mikel Birch - EEO/Risk Administration Director
Sarah Stoker - EEO/Risk Administration Coordinator
College policy C2S2.08, "Drug Free Workplace," provides for testing of certain employees who are required to participate in drug/alcohol testing programs pursuant to federal or state regulation.
Additionally, reasonable suspicion testing may be requested based on specific, documentable, contemporaneous observation including but not limited to: job performance, appearance, behavior, speech, statements, possession, body odors, etc.
To request reasonable suspicion testing contact Sarah Stoker at:
To request reasonable suspicion training for supervisors in your department, contact Sarah Stoker.
For more information about College policy, contact Human Resources.