Case Study: Strengthening Campus-Community Collaboration: Oregon State University and the City of Corvallis

Reports on ways Oregon State University and the City of Corvallis are working together to promote safe, healthy, and conducive learning environments and mitigate the negative effects of a growing campus. Such interventions include restricting alcohol promotions, enforcing underage drinking laws, limiting cheap alcohol availability through sensible alcohol excise tax policy, enacting social host regulations, and facilitating responsible service training. The report discusses ways the campus and community are collaborating and the successes they have seen as a result of the collaboration. 

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