University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Employee Handbook

Drug and Alcohol Testing

As part of the College's employment procedures, certain positions within the College community require that an applicant undergo a pre-employment alcohol and drug screening conducted by a physician designated by the College. Any offer of employment that an applicant receives from the College is contingent upon, among other things, satisfactory completion of this screening. (Examples of positions requiring a drug and alcohol test include any position that requires a Commercial Driver’s License –CDL—or a Public Safety Officer.)

As a condition of continued employment, employees may also be required to undergo periodic alcohol and drug screenings, if the employee is involved in an accident at work or while driving a College vehicle or at the discretion of the College. All College-required alcohol and drug screenings are paid for in full by the College.

Questions about alcohol and drug screenings should be directed to your supervisor or to the Office of Human Resources.