The University of Colorado is considering changes to campus-wide alcohol policy in the wake of a scandal that's hit the school's football program.
Word of possible changes came this morning in Broomfield during a meeting of the independent panel investigating the scandal.
Current policy allows students to be suspended after three alcohol violations.
School officials are discussing changing that to two violations,
and notifying parents after the first.
Robert Maust -- the chair of a standing committee on substance abuse at CU -- says a decision on changing the rules will probably be made before the end of the month.
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