Does Ohio State University have substance free dorms?

Does Ohio State University (OSU) have substance free dorms (sober housing)?

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OSU is Ohio State University, located in Columbus, Ohio. OSU is a public research university. In "sober dorms" or "substance free" dorms, drugs and alcohol are prohibited. Some colleges and universities also include drug treatment, addiction counseling, sober living services student sobriety support programs, and additional drug awareness information.

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Alcohol

Alcohol use is common on college campuses, however, not everyone drinks. Some students prefer to live in a sober community, free from substance use and abuse.

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It is common for colleges and universities to have high rates of drug use and abuse in student housing. However, many students do not use drugs and want the option of living in substance-free dorms.


Yes! Ohio State University (OSU) offers a special substance-free living environment, where students "agree to abstain completely from the use of alcohol, drugs and tobacco both on and off campus". Students involved in substance-free housing are committed to healthy living and being sensitive to recovering addicts. There is not a whole dormitory (dorm) reserved for substance-free living, instead, there are a few floors inside dedicated to substance-free living. Below you will find the dorms containing substance-free floors:

-Ohio State Campus: Morrill Tower (designated floors)

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answered 28 Aug '12, 13:16

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