Alumni are an important constituency to consider in the effort to promote safe and healthy college campuses, as alumni can help – or hinder – prevention efforts through their actions.
With research suggesting that college athletes have increased rates of high-risk alcohol use and sexual violence than the general student population, a greater effort has been focused upon them in order to preserve and promote campus health and safety.
Parents of prospective and current college and university students are often concerned about issues of alcohol, other drugs, and campus safety. Parents can also serve as effective advocates for change on their studentsÃ campus. This section offers information for parents to assist and inform them on a variety of topics.
Student involvement and leadership is a key component of successful campus prevention efforts. This section offers students information, resources, and links to organizations working specifically with students on issues of alcohol, other drug, and violence.
Campus health and safety issues are often featured in broadcast and print media. We offer a special section devoted to members of the press, featuring useful sources for statistics and data; contact information for experts on issues related to alcohol, other drugs, and violence; Press FAQs; and press releases.
College and University presidential leadership is critical to the success of campus and community prevention efforts. We offer resources and information specifically designed to inform this audience about alcohol and other drug issues, and how they can act most effectively to address these problems
Faculty involvement is an essential component of creating healthy campus environments. Although most faculty do not consider themselves change agents in the effort to foster safe and healthy campus environments, they are critical to supporting prevention efforts on campus.