Safety and Security
Mid-Atlantic Christian University (MACU) is concerned about each student’s spiritual, academic and personal growth. This page is designed to inform the university community of policies and procedures related to safety and security, provide informative steps by the university to prepare for potential emergencies, alert the community to emergencies, and be among university web pages that communicates the universities response to difficult situations.
Drugs and Alcohol
The Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act requires that, as a condition of receiving federal assistance that Mid-Atlantic Christian University must have implemented a program to prevent the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees.
Creating a program that complies with the Act requires the University to (1) prepare a written policy on alcohol and other drugs; (2) annually distribute the policy to every student and employee; and (3) prepare a biennial report on the effectiveness of the University’s alcohol and drug abuse prevention programs and the consistency of institutional enforcement.
Every member of the campus community is responsible for preventing and properly handling common fire hazards, and for familiarity with the University’s Emergency Response plan.
The emergency response plan at MACU will allow for accurate response to emergency situations that may affect campus life.