The Drug and Alcohol Abuses Prevention Program policy can be found here:


Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program Policy

Requirements regarding immunization and vaccinations may be found in the Student Catalog

Information regarding campus safety and security may be found in the Student Catalog

The Annual Security Report is available on the Hondros College of Nursing website –

Hondros College of Nursing strictly prohibits all acts of hazing. Hazing refers to engaging in, or coercing another individual to engage in, any act related to initiation or membership in a student or other organization that causes or creates a substantial risk of mental or physical harm to any person. This includes, but is not limited to, coercing another individual to consume alcohol or a drug of abuse.

Hazing is a serious violation of the Student Code of Conduct, and subject to the Consequences of Non-Academic Misconduct presented in this Catalog, including dismissal from the College. Reports of hazing will be investigated by the student's Campus Executive Director; Campus Dean/Director of Nursing; Medical Assisting Program Dean; Senior Vice President, Academics; and the Dean, Accreditation and Compliance to determine the College's response to the alleged misconduct, including consequences, educational requirements, and resources for the perpetrators and/or victims of hazing.

Suspected incidents of hazing should be reported to the Campus Executive Director. Alternatively, instances can be reported to the Dean, Accreditation and Compliance, at [email protected].

The Anti-Hazing Policy and related reports on instances of hazing at the College can be found at

The Emergency Management Guide can be found in the Student Portal or on the HCN website.