Good Samaritan Amnesty Policy

The Good Samaritan Amnesty Policy (GSAP) is an exception to MIT’s alcohol and prohibited substances policies. MIT wants to encourage students and student organizations to call for help in cases of alcohol incapacitation, drug overdose, or other substance related medical emergencies. In addition, this policy applies to any students who report in good faith that they witnessed or were the victim of a crime or significant policy violation while under the influence of alcohol or prohibited substances.

Is your situation covered under GSAP? Review the GSAP Flowchart.

In this video, students from MIT EMS review the signs and symptoms of alcohol poisoning and explain the GSAP policy