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CoHEASAP Survey of the Field

The survey was conducted in June and July 2011. Over 1600 professionals representing more than 20 higher education associations from more than 15 disciplines & functional areas participated in the survey. The respondent's campuses represent a balanced range of student enrollment size; urban and rural settings; and public and private governance. Respondents that left a particular question blank were not accounted for in the calculation of the percent of respondents.
 

HISTORY OF NCAAW & IATF

As institutions of higher education entered the decade of the 1980s, it became increasingly apparent that existing efforts to reduce alcohol and drug abuse on the campuses were not achieving the desired results.
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Member Association Highlights/Updates/Calendar

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Information on Alcohol and Impaired Driving

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Guidelines/Model Policy/Documents/Advice

Why and How Campuses Should Address Substance Abuse Prevention
•   Focus: Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs

The Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) provides good ideas for Substance Abuse Prevention Month In October
•   Prevention Month Activities
•  Substance Abuse Month Overview

Check out these great resources if you are working to address Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention on your campus
•   The Villanova Rx Drug Prevention Toolkit
•   Dr. Stacy Andes, Villanova University, Rx for Prevention Program (ppt, 4mb)

  • Guidelines for Beverage Alcohol Marketing on College and University Campuses
  • Guidelines for Beverage Alcohol Marketing in the Campus Community
  • Model Alcohol Policy
  • What can you do? Collegiate Alcohol Abuse: Recommendations and Guidelines
  • What Students, Parents, & Administrators can do to keep your campus safe!
  • Parental Notification Document
  • Proclamation Against Binge Drinking Terminology
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    Utilize the Coalition Idea Lists

    CoHEASAP's Top Ten ideas for Campus Activities, Campus Judicial Offices, Athletes and Recreational Sports Professionals, Fraternities & Sororities, Residence Life Staffs, Campus Police and Safety, Health Education, Health Center & Counseling Centers, and more!
     

    More CoHEASAP Information

  • Send us your ideas or ask us some Questions
  • CoHEASAP Media Releases
  • Review the CoHEASAP Photo Gallery
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