NCAA Student-Athlete Substance Use Study

Shows college athletes continue to make healthier decisions in many areas than their peers in the general student body. The Student-Athlete Substance Use Survey has been conducted every four years since 1985 to assess the health and well-being trends among student-athletes. The report helps inform NCAA policy-makers with both current and historical information concerning levels of student-athlete drug and alcohol use. The study also analyzes why student-athletes do or do not use specific substances, when they started to use drugs, and their attitudes regarding drug use and drug testing.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association