High Risk Groups (Selective)

Housing & Residential Communities Women & Gender Resource Center First Year Experience Parent Programs
Student Health Center Office of Student Conduct University Recreation UA Police Department
Office of Veterans & Military Affairs Counseling Center Other

Housing & Residential Communities

  • All Student Staff(Resident Advisors and Freshman Advisors)Training on drug and alcohol Abuse – HRC
    • Educated on resources available for drug and alcohol use and abuse on the blackboard course page for Student Staff and Para-Professional Staff.
  • Continued Student Staff Professional Development on the effects of alcohol and drugs – HRC
  • All student staff trained on Clery reporting for alcohol and drug use – HRC
  • Community Living Standards discouraging use of alcohol and drugs stating: You are responsible for upholding federal, state, and local laws dealing with alcohol, tobacco,(smoking is not permitted in any University building including residence halls) and other drugs. Simply put, Alcohol is not permitted for students less than 21 years of age, and illegal drugs are not permitted by anyone – HRC
  • Continued Student Staff Professional Development on the effects of alcohol and drugs – HRC
  • All student staff trained on Clery reporting for alcohol and drug use – HRC
  • Community Living Standards discouraging use of alcohol and drugs stating: You are responsible for upholding federal, state, and local laws dealing with alcohol, tobacco,(smoking is not permitted in any University building including residence halls) and other drugs. Simply put, Alcohol is not permitted for students less than 21 years of age, and illegal drugs are not permitted by anyone – HRC

 


Women Gender & Resource Center

  • Statistics and other information regarding the correlation of alcohol and other drugs to interpersonal violence were provided during the Greek Leadership Summit training –WGRC

 


First Year Experience

  • Peer Leaders: Peer leaders are trained to serve as mentors to first year students by modeling responsible and civil behavior – FYE & PP

 


Parent Programs

  • Peer Leaders: Peer leaders are trained to serve as mentors to first year students by modeling responsible and civil behavior – FYE & PP

 


Student Health Center

  • Alcohol and other drug presentation – for HRC, Students organizations and Greek Life organizations and presentations to staff and faculty on campus as requested – CC, SHC, OSC
  • Red Watch Band Training provides training to students in student organizations on alcohol emergencies and CPR – SHC

 


Office of Student Conduct

  • Open Container law quiz for students who are 21 years or older who violate the code of conduct with an alcohol violation – OSC
  • Alcohol and other drug presentation – for HRC, Students organizations and Greek Life organizations and presentations to staff and faculty on campus as requested – CC, SHC, OSC
  • Alcohol and Drug Education Workshop-UAPD works in conjunction with the Office of Student Conduct to provide information on state laws and city ordinances. Allows students to engage in a Q & A session regarding alcohol and drugs; two hour workshop – OSC, UAPD

 


University Recreation

  • Information and resources regarding alcohol and other drug use and abuse provided to all student assistants working within University Recreation – UREC
  • Discussion of alcohol and other drug use and abuse to all team captains in Intramural Sports as well as Sport Club Officers – UREC
  • Emphasis on sport club team leadership to policies prohibiting the use of alcohol or other drugs as a participant representing The University of Alabama – UREC

 


UA Police Department

  • Alcohol and Drug Education Workshop-UAPD works in conjunction with the Office of Student Conduct to provide information on state laws and city ordinances. Allows students to engage in a Q & A session regarding alcohol and drugs; two hour workshop – OSC, UAPD
  • Bama Bound/Realizing Your Responsibilities- This presentation introduces UAPD to incoming freshman and their parents. Educates individuals regarding alcohol and drug awareness – UAPD
  • Provide an alcohol and drug awareness presentation to all Greek Organizations before they are allowed to host social events – UAPD
  • Freshman Athletes Safety- This presentation is presented to UA freshman athletes to educate them on criminal laws, enforcement, and tips on how to interact with the University of Alabama Police Department. This presentation is followed by an open discussion with the students – UAPD

 


Office of Veteran & Military Affairs

  • Training is conducted for all VMA Student Workers and Students serving as VMA Ambassadors each Semester. Training consists of Sexual Harassment and Guidelines/Procedures for Reporting, Alcohol and other Drug policy for Students. The UA Alcohol and Drug policy is used to conduct the training along with information contained in the GI Bill Certification Official Handbook – VMA
  • Training is conducted during our GI Bill Benefits Meetings conducted each Semester. Training consists of Sexual Harassment and Guidelines/Procedures for Reporting, Alcohol and other Drug policy for Students. The UA Alcohol and Drug policy is used to conduct the training along with information contained in the GI Bill Certification Official Handbook. Additionally for Veterans Only- The Veterans Alcohol and Drug Dependence Rehabilitation Program is covered – VMA

 


Counseling Center

  • Alcohol and other drug presentation – for HRC, Students organizations and Greek Life organizations and presentations to staff and faculty on campus as requested – CC
  • Provide individual therapy and alcohol and drug groups for those students who have policy violations off campus – CC

 


Other