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TITLE 34—Education

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART 86—DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE PREVENTION

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§86.1
What is the purpose of the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention regulations?
§86.2
What Federal programs are covered by this part?
§86.3
What actions shall an IHE take to comply with the requirements of this part?
§86.4
What are the procedures for submitting a drug prevention program certification?
§86.5
What are the consequences if an IHE fails to submit a drug prevention program certification?
§86.6
When must an IHE submit a drug prevention program certification?
§86.7
What definitions apply to this part?
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Subpart B—INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

§86.100
What must the IHE's drug prevention program include?
§86.101
What review of IHE drug prevention programs does the Secretary conduct?
§86.102
What is required of an IHE that the Secretary selects for annual review?
§86.103
What records and information must an IHE make available to the Secretary and the public concerning its drug prevention program?
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Subpart C—[RESERVED]

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Subpart D—RESPONSES AND SANCTIONS ISSUED OR IMPOSED BY THE SECRETARY FOR VIOLATIONS BY AN IHE

§86.300
What constitutes a violation of this part by an IHE?
§86.301
What actions may the Secretary take if an IHE violates this part?
§86.302
What are the procedures used by the Secretary for providing information or technical assistance?
§86.303
What are the procedures used by the Secretary for issuing a response other than the formulation of a compliance agreement or the provision of information or technical assistance?
§86.304
What are the procedures used by the Secretary to demand repayment of Federal financial assistance or terminate an IHE's eligibility for any or all forms of Federal financial assistance?
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Subpart E—APPEAL PROCEDURES

§86.400
What is the scope of this subpart?
§86.401
What are the authority and responsibility of the ALJ?
§86.402
Who may be a party in a hearing under this subpart?
§86.403
May a party be represented by counsel?
§86.404
How may a party communicate with an ALJ?
§86.405
What are the requirements for filing written submissions?
§86.406
What must the ALJ do if the parties enter settlement negotiations?
§86.407
What are the procedures for scheduling a hearing?
§86.408
What are the procedures for conducting a pre-hearing conference?
§86.409
What are the procedures for conducting a hearing on the record?
§86.410
What are the procedures for issuance of a decision?
§86.411
What are the procedures for requesting reinstatement of eligibility?


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