Population-Based (Universal)

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

Housing & Residential Communities

  • Spring Break Safety Programs in various residence halls – HRC
  • Various alcohol and drug Presentations in residence halls by Student Health Center and University of Alabama Police Department – HRC, SHC, UAPD
  • Alcohol informational bulletin boards in various residence halls – HRC
  • One Team, One Bama – program encouraging residents and students to act in the best interest of their peers as well as their own welfare – HRC
  • Variety of programs with the Community Oriented Police(COPs) on the dangers of alcohol – HRC and UAPD
  • Promotion of alternative social events provided campus-wide – HRC
    • Worked cooperatively to support the alcohol free tailgating event for each home football game – HRC, SHC, UP
  • Safe Spring Break informational table in Ferguson Center and other areas of campus – SHC, OSC, CC, HRC
  • Alternative Social Events: Stress Free Daze events, Chocolate Festival, Student Health Fair, Rising Tide Student Tailgate, and other events that provide an environment for safe alcohol and other drug-free social interactions for students – CC, SHC, OSC, UP, HRC

 


Women Gender & Resource Center

  • Staff members provide ongoing Harbor training and annual training to key staff and faculty partners on campus, including specialized presentations to university police, Campus Anti-Violence Task Force members, and residential staff on the positive correlation of alcohol and other drug use to victimization of interpersonal violence – WGRC
  • Statistics and information regarding the correlation of sexual assault and alcohol/drug abuse and incidence/prevalence of drug facilitated sexual assault are incorporated into presentations to student organizations and classes – WGRC
  • Provide information on department website regarding the role of alcohol and other drugs used to facilitate sexual assault –WGRC
  • Maintain a variety of resources focusing on women and substance use/abuse and the correlation of substance use/abuse to interpersonal violence, including books and DVDs available through the Frances S. Summersell Resource Library, affiliated with the university library system and available for use by all members of the university community – WGRC
  • Staff members Include information on the correlation of alcohol and other drugs to interpersonal violence to first-year student through compass/introductory orientation presentations – WGRC

 


First Year Experience

  • A-Book contains information to direct students to campus resources (i.e. Alcohol Education) – FYE & PP
  • Parent Ambassadors: Parent Ambassadors are trained to discuss the many resources available to students with their parents and family members at Parent Orientation regarding drug and alcohol misuse – FYE & PP
  • The A-Team: These student leaders are trained to discuss the many resources available to students on campus including resources regarding drug and alcohol misuse – FYE & PP
  • Ignite UA: Participants are exposed to a wide variety of resources on campus included the Student Health Center, The Counseling Center, and the Office of Student Conduct – FYE & PP
  • Created alternate evening programming for First Year students, which includes Freshman Forum and Ignite UA – FYE & PP

 


Parent Programs

  • A-Book contains information to direct students to campus resources (i.e. Alcohol Education) – FYE & PP
  • Parent Ambassadors: Parent Ambassadors are trained to discuss the many resources available to students with their parents and family members at Parent Orientation regarding drug and alcohol misuse – FYE & PP
  • The A-Team: These student leaders are trained to discuss the many resources available to students on campus including resources regarding drug and alcohol misuse – FYE & PP
  • Ignite UA: Participants are exposed to a wide variety of resources on campus included the Student Health Center, The Counseling Center, and the Office of Student Conduct – FYE & PP
  • Created alternate evening programming for First Year students, which includes Freshman Forum and Ignite UA – FYE & PP

 


Student Health Center

  • AlcoholEdu: an online alcohol educational course for all freshman and transfer students – SHC, OSC
  • Safe Spring Break informational table in Ferguson Center and other areas of campus – SHC, OSC, CC, HRC
  • Alcohol Presentations freshman classes, Housing, Greeks, student organizations – SHC, OSC, CC
  • Social Media campaigns targeting broad audience to responsible use of alcohol as well as risks of abuse of alcohol and other drugs – SHC, OSC, UREC
  • Alternative Social Events: Stress Free Daze events, Chocolate Festival, Student Health Fair, Rising Tide Student Tailgate, and other events that provide an environment for safe alcohol and other drug-free social interactions for students – CC, SHC, OSC, UP, HRC
  • BAC (blood alcohol content) brochures and BAC cards. Provides education about blood alcohol content. Usually distributed at events or in classroom presentations – SHC, CC, OSC
  • BAC presentations. Usually in classroom setting, presentation on alcohol effects, BAC, and signs of overdose – SHC, CC
  • Peer Education – Project Health and GAMMA students provide alcohol and other drug education and harm reduction strategies to students across campus and in the Greek organizations through the Health Hut, presentations to residence halls, and other events – SHC
  • Haven on-line sexual assault awareness educational course required by all incoming students. The course also provides information on the relationships between alcohol use and sexual assault. SHC, OSC
  • Alcohol Poisoning Tip Cards are included in a presentation on recognizing the signs and symptoms of alcohol poisoning – SHC, OSC, SGA
  • Various alcohol and drug Presentations in residence halls by Student Health Center and University of Alabama Police Department – HRC, SHC, UAPD
  • Promotion of alternative social events provided campus-wide – HRC
    • Worked cooperatively to support the alcohol free tailgating event for each home football game – HRC, SHC, UP

 


Office of Student Conduct

  • AlcoholEdu: an online alcohol educational course for all freshman and transfer students – SHC, OSC
  • Safe Spring Break informational table in Ferguson Center and other areas of campus – SHC, OSC, CC, HRC
  • Know the Code Week-weeklong events promoting code of student conduct and other campus policies – OSC
  • Alcohol Presentations freshman classes, Housing, Greeks, student organizations – SHC, OSC, CC
  • Social Media campaigns targeting broad audience to responsible use of alcohol as well as risks of abuse of alcohol and other drugs – SHC, OSC, UREC
  • Alternative Social Events: Stress Free Daze events, Chocolate Festival, Student Health Fair, Rising Tide Student Tailgate, and other events that provide an environment for safe alcohol and other drug-free social interactions for students – CC, SHC, OSC, UP, HRC
  • “Know the Code” Classroom Presentation-45min presentation providing information about the Code of Student Conduct – OSC
  • BAC (blood alcohol content) brochures and BAC cards. Provides education about blood alcohol content. Usually distributed at events or in classroom presentations – SHC, CC, OSC
  • Haven on-line sexual assault awareness educational course required by all incoming students. The course also provides information on the relationships between alcohol use and sexual assault. SHC, OSC
  • Alcohol Poisoning Tip Cards are included in a presentation on recognizing the signs and symptoms of alcohol poisoning – SHC, OSC, SGA

 


University Recreation

  • All personal training, group exercise classes, and fitness consultation sessions discuss use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs and relationship to health and wellbeing – UREC
  • Social Media campaigns targeting broad audience to responsible use of alcohol as well as risks of abuse of alcohol and other drugs – SHC, OSC, UREC
  • Reminders of safety and responsibility with respect to alcohol and other drugs are targeted during all Rexpo orientation sessions for incoming students during the summer prior to enrollment – UREC
  • Week of Welcome “Night at the Rec” provides education on alternatives to alcohol for parties and other social events – UREC
  • On-going reminders to all sport club representatives of responsibility and safety in use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs – UREC
  • All UREC policies clearly delineate the prohibition of alcohol and other drugs within UREC facilities, programs and services – UREC
  • Providing later evening alternative programs, services and facility access – UREC
  • All policies and procedures state possible sanctions for violations involving alcohol and other drug use. These are shared throughout programs, services and facility reminders – UREC

Student Government Association

  • Alcohol Poisoning Tip Cards are included in a presentation on recognizing the signs and symptoms of alcohol poisoning – SHC, OSC, SGA

 


University Programs

  • Alternative Social Events: Stress Free Daze events, Chocolate Festival, Student Health Fair, Rising Tide Student Tailgate, and other events that provide an environment for safe alcohol and other drug-free social interactions for students – CC, SHC, OSC, UP, HRC
  • Promotion of alternative social events provided campus-wide – HRC
    • Worked cooperatively to support the alcohol free tailgating event for each home football game – HRC, SHC, UP

 


Counseling Center

  • Safe Spring Break informational table in Ferguson Center and other areas of campus – SHC, OSC, CC, HRC
  • Alcohol Presentations freshman classes, Housing, Greeks, student organizations – SHC, OSC, CC
  • Providing Alcohol and Drug resource information on the UA Counseling Center website.
  • Alternative Social Events: Stress Free Daze events, Chocolate Festival, Student Health Fair, Rising Tide Student Tailgate, and other events that provide an environment for safe alcohol and other drug-free social interactions for students – CC, SHC, OSC, UP, HRC
  • BAC (blood alcohol content) brochures and BAC cards. Provides education about blood alcohol content. Usually distributed at events or in classroom presentations – SHC, CC, OSC
  • BAC presentations. Usually in classroom setting, presentation on alcohol effects, BAC, and signs of overdose – SHC, CC

 


UA Police Department

  • Week of Welcome- Q & A information table regarding Alcohol, Drugs, Order, and Safety – UAPD
  • Alcohol Awareness Program-This presentation provides facts on how alcohol affects the body, defines state and city ordinances, and how students can help themselves or a friend if dependency becomes a problem – UAPD
  • Drug Awareness Program- This presentation defines drug charges through the Criminal Code of Alabama, identifies different types of drugs, the effects of drug use, how to recognize the signs of drug abuse, and available resources – UAPD
  • Safer Living Guide- Provides local rules and regulations regarding alcohol and other drugs. Provides information on available resources – UAPD
  • Various alcohol and drug Presentations in residence halls by Student Health Center and University of Alabama Police Department – HRC, SHC, UAPD
  • Variety of programs with the Community Oriented Police(COPs) on the dangers of alcohol – HRC and UAPD