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Alcohol and Drug Compliance Services (ADCS)

Dear Students,

Because of the current circumstances and efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19, Alcohol & Drug Compliance Services (ADCS) has suspended in-person services until further notice. However, there are ways you can progress on your path towards completing sanctions and returning to good disciplinary standing even through this social distancing effort.

The list below describes ADCS programs and their status:

  •  Alcohol Education Program for Minors (AEPM ): ADCS will host one summer course via Zoom on July 2nd and 3rd.
  • Marijuana 101 (M101): Will be available via Zoom meetings with Judith Crumrine, the ADCS Coordinator.
  • Community Service: Suspended until further notice.
  • Under the Influence, a course for students to meet their sanctions assigned by Student Conduct and Community Standards, is now available. 

Please contact Judith Crumrine,, to discuss your options for M101. Before scheduling appointments, students must register and submit the corresponding fee. To register for M101, mail a money order for $100.00, payable to Alcohol & Drug Compliance Services to:


Alcohol and Drug Compliance Services

601 University Drive

LBJ Student Center, Room 4-1.6

San Marcos, Texas 78666

In addition to the money order, please include a note with your name, phone number, email, and your PLID number (ID number starting with A0). You can also register online via credit card. Once the payment has been confirmed, Judith will contact you to schedule two appointments via Zoom. She will also send a life history document to be filled out before the 1st session. Once the process has started, Judith will provide you with further information about the M101 process.

Alcohol and Drug Compliance Services

The Alcohol and Drug Compliance Services (ADCS) is dedicated to supporting student success by providing services that help students complete sanctions mandated through a judicial process, mainly the university's Student Conduct or a municipal court. ADCS also strives to provide learning and experiences that will better prepare students to avoid being in a similar situation - in violation of alcohol or drug policies and statutes.

Services include a community service program, a marijuana awareness program (Marijuana 101), and a state-approved MIP/Alcohol Awareness Course. ADCS can provide students with information on campus and area resources to address alcohol and drug related concerns.


Contact us by phone at (512) 245-3601.