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How can faculty get involved?

  • Speaking out about Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) issues
  • Participating in the biennial review process
  • Participating in the AOD task force
  • Working with the community
  • Making connections with students
  • Curriculum infusion
  • Service learning
  • Referrals

If you are interested in a program for your class or student organization, please contact us at 581-1423.

Programs and Services:

  • Screening and Brief Intervention for alcohol and marijuana use
  • BASICS: Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students
  • Residence Hall programs
  • AOD Peer Education credit class offered in each fall.
  • Campus-wide AOD speakers and programs
  • Training with the campus community leaders
  • Classroom Alternatives:¬† A don’t cancel that class program
  • Bystander Intervention Programs
  • Tobacco Cessation programs
  • Substance-free housing through Residence Life
  • Off campus referrals
  • Awareness and Responsibility Campaigns for : Alcohol, Tobacco, Other Drugs and Drinking and Driving
  • Risk Management Programs and Trainings
  • Campus Assessment and Surveys
  • Social Norms Campaigns
  • Campus Safety Alerts
  • On-line screening programs

Student Affairs and Deans of Students

Counseling Center

The following links provide information and services available to students. You can also contact Lauri Sidelko in the Alcohol and Drug Education Programs at 581-1423.