Drug violations, however, become more intense in both cases. If you are caught with the wonderfully vague amount of a "small quantity" of drugs at Loyola, the standard sanction is a $500 fine, suspension, and a substance-abuse screening and education. Apparently, this also includes marijuana. At Goucher, your first offense will cost you $100, parental notification, a meeting with a student-life member, and another educational sanction. Loyola and Goucher are also the only two institutions where you better hope public safety doesn't find you playing beer pong; if get caught playing a drinking game at Goucher, you'll have to pay a $100 fine, go on disciplinary probation, have your parents notified, and incur another educational sanction, while at Loyola you'll be kicked off campus, have to pay a $200 fine, and go to alcohol education classes.