These are available to all student organizations such as fraternities, sororities, residence halls, athletic teams, campus based student clubs, etc.
Topics such as balanced lifestyle, decision-making, conflict resolution, coping techniques, relationship and people skills, alcohol and other drug use/abuse, sexuality, sexual assault, date/acquaintance rape, HIV/AIDS and STD’s, nutrition, exercise, helmet and seat belt safety, as well as other safety concerns are addressed.
Known as S.T.O.P. (Students Taking Over Prevention), the Student Wellness Center student volunteer organization encompasses work on health issues from the five areas of life, especially alcohol and other drug use and abuse, healthy relationships, sexual assault, and date/acquaintance rape.
SAM’s (Student Athlete Mentors) teach and mentor incoming freshmen and transfer athletes and ATOD Facilitators are peer educators for the 17-hour Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Education class.
The class is peer-facilitated and introduces students to the problems substances can cause in the lives of individuals, families, and society.
Information is available for other community support groups such as Al-Anon and ACOA (Adult Children of Alcoholics).