Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Programming at Seven Private Institutions

Topics: Alcohol and Drug Use, Student Health and Wellness, Student Affairs

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Research Questions

  • Where are alcohol and drug prevention programs housed at institutions?
  • What is the staffing structure of alcohol and drug prevention programs (including professional staff, graduate staff, and peer educators)?
  • What kind of programming has been most successful in terms of intervention efforts?
  • Have institutions collaborated with any organizations either on campus or beyond to educate students about alcohol and drug use?


This report examines drug and alcohol education and intervention programming at private institutions. The report highlights collaborations between on-campus organizations and departments, online counseling support, and programming initiatives employed to address drug and alcohol abuse on university campuses.

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