This report, developed by the NIAAA-supported Task Force on College Drinking, discusses binge drinking among college students and its consequences for both drinkers and nondrinkers. The report outlines recommendations for colleges and universities, researchers, and NIAAA based on scientific evidence and calls for collaboration between academic institutions and researchers.
The 3-in-1 Framework explains the importance of addressing multiple audiences in prevention programs.
Use our searchable list of online college alcohol policies to get ideas for a new or better policy for your college or university. Don't see yours on the list? Send a link to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This report evaluates the alcohol policy information that is available on the Web sites of the 52 top national universities listed in the 2002 rankings of U.S. News and World Report.
Use this brochure as a tool for addressing the culture of alcohol use on your campus.
This brief guide provides direction as to how the Task Force's research can be used to plan prevention programs and to monitor any intervention's implementation and local impact.
The goal of this curriculum is to help health care professionals identify and treat students who are at risk of or are having alcohol-related problems. The clinical methods presented in this curriculum are based on science and clinical experience and have been tested and used in a variety of settings.
Too often today’s headlines bring news of yet another alcohol-related tragedy involving a young person—a case of fatal alcohol poisoning on a college campus or a late-night drinking–driving crash. People ages 18 to 25 often are in the news, but are they really at higher risk than anyone else for problems involving alcohol?
Last reviewed: 7/11/2007