The Center was created by the US Department of Higher to assisting college and community leaders develop, implement, and evaluate programs and policies to reduce student problems related to alcohol and other drug use and interpersonal violence. It promotes a comprehensive approach to prevention, with attention to institutional, community, and public policy approaches. It Center provides trainings, technical assistance, and publications to support these efforts, including student education, campus-based media campaigns (including social norms campaigns), screening and treatment referral, and enforcement. The web site includes recent publications, environmental strategies, and training opportunities.
A very new site directed to the phenomenon of students spilling into the community following major campus sporting events and engaging in vandalism, destruction of property, and scuffles with police.
Sponsored by National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism there are a variety of resources directed to different segments of the college community — college administrators, parents, college health center personnel. It also provides links to government reports and documents on alcohol use on the college campus.
Note: There are inactive links and some information is out of date, or very minimal for some institutions.
A comprehensive alcohol and other drug educ\ation, prevention, and intervention program for college students. Launched in October of 1998, Facts on Tap is one of the country's most versatile and innovative prevention strategies, with over 800 colleges participating in the program.
Last Updated: 11/13/11