Addressing College Drinking and Drug Use: A Primer for Trustees, Administrators, and Alumni

Provides examples of successful, evidence-based programs that address student alcohol and drug use and have been implemented at institutions across the country. The guide emphasizes that the most effective approaches to college substance use must be tailored to the culture and particular challenges faced by each campus community. It explores how alcohol and drug use can affect student achievement, revealing that a coordinated substance use prevention strategy will not only work to make the campus a safer and healthier environment, but also help students maximize their potential.

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American Council of Trustees and Alumni, University of Maryland School of Public Health
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