To protect the life and health of young people, the state of Pennsylvania has an alcohol emergency amnesty law ("Good Samaritan" law). The alcohol amnesty law provides:
"immunity from prosecution for a person under the age of 21 for the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages if law enforcement, including campus safety police, became aware of the possession or consumption solely because the individual was seeking medical assistance for someone else. The person seeking the assistance must reasonably believe he or she is the first to call for assistance, must use his own name with authorities, and must stay with the individual needing medical assistance until help arrives."
That means even if you are underage and have been drinking YOU won't get in trouble if you call and get help for a friend in need!
Don't be afraid to get HELP!
Dial 911 for emergencies or contact campus police for on campus help at 570-389-4168.