Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention Month

Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention month was created as a response to seasonal depression that can take place during the winter months due to the change in weather and time change. In addition, there are many celebratory events that happen during the winter months that may include the use of substances. We want to highlight programming this month around risk reduction as it relates to alcohol and other drug use.

Quit the Nic

Are you interested in reducing your use or quitting nicotine? Join us to connect with others going through the same process. This will be a private and non-judgmental open space to talk about the effects and impact of nicotine through daily life.

  • Wednesdays in October | 2-3 p.m. | via Zoom

Define Your Happiness Hour

In partnership with WellRec, students will explore alternative ways of fun by diving deeper into the dimensions of wellness and learning new and different coping skills.

  • October 1 & 15 | 4-5:30 p.m. | via Zoom

Alcohol Use vs Misuse

Prevention Services will explore the socioemotional and physical effects of alcohol on college campuses.

Watch Your Pack

Join us for a peer-led comprehensive bystander intervention program designed to provide students with knowledge and skills to address substance use with peers.

  • Trainings for Fraternity and Sorority Life – October 19 & 20 | 6:30-8 p.m. | Register through FSL

Buzz Kill

Join Prevention Services in learning more about the biphasic effect regarding alcohol and its impact on college students.

Navigating Alcohol Boundaries

Explore how peer pressure and social influence prevent us from setting boundaries. Information will be given on how to set boundaries with others and limits.