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APPLICATION TO SERVE OR CONSUME ALCOHOL AT BUMC STUDENT EVENTS Prior permission is required to serve or consume alcohol at any on-campus or off-campus event that is organized by students or sponsored by a student organization. Applicant should complete this form and submit it to the Dean of his/her school at least ten (10) working days before the event. (See complete policy at end of application.) STUDENT/APPLICANT: Last First Phone Email address APPLICANT’S SCHOOL: GSDM SPH (CHECK ONE) BUSM GRAD MED SCI NAME OF STUDENT ORGANIZATION: NAME OF STUDENT WHO WILL BE RESPONSIBLE AT THE EVENT: Last First NATURE OF THE EVENT: LOCATION: OFF-CAMPUS: Name/Address
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ON-CAMPUS: DATE: TIME: Begin/End HOW WILL ALCOHOL BE SERVED (Check all that apply) CASH BAR PURCHASE TICKETS FREE TICKETS NOTE: Food and non-alcoholic beverages must be served at all events where alcohol is served, and serving from an open bar is not permitted. WHO WILL BE THE LEGALLY-LICENSED ALCOHOL SERVER: Individual, Caterer, Restaurant, Etc. (indicate name) Do not write below this line. For Administration use. APPROVED BY: _________________________________________ DATE: _____________________________________________ Building/Room Number
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Boston University Medical Campus Guidelines for Serving and Consuming Alcohol at BUMC Events This document sets forth guidelines for the service and consumption of alcoholic beverages at BUMC events, particularly events that are sponsored by student organizations, and establishes guidelines on required approvals for such events. These guidelines are consistent with the Boston University Statement on Illegal Drugs and Alcohol , which addresses the unlawful use, possession, sale, distribution, or manufacture of controlled substances or alcohol on University property or as part of University activities.
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