Community Colleges-Prevention Challenges

Describes preliminary findings from a three-year study on college alcohol and drug prevention systems by researchers at the University of Minnesota’s Alcohol Epidemiology Program.  Findings indicate that 42 percent of administrators at 106 two-year community and technical colleges across the nation rated student drinking as a “major or moderate problem.”

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