There are several places on campus that can help you understand the health risk of drugs and alcohol or any other questions you have.
Here you will find a link to places on campus that can help you in a variety of ways.
Health, Alcohol and Drug Education
The Alcohol/Drug Education Program is a part of the Office of Health, Alcohol and Drug Education located in the Student Health Center. This office provides a wealth of information as well as alcohol and drug abuse consultation and assessments for students. There are several individual and group programs available to students who want to learn more about how alcohol and other drug use is impacting their lives and how they can monitor their behavior.
The Counseling Center provides a variety of support assessment services which are designed to educate and enhance awareness of students in the area of chemical dependence.
Fisher Institute of Health and Well-Being
The Fisher Institute of Health and Well-Being is designed to respond to a variety of life-style issues. Some of the work of the Institute in this area is designed to provide quality alcohol and drug information to members of the university community.
Academic Department Courses
A number of academic departments offer courses and other opportunities for students to study the complex issues of drug abuse, the impact of society, as well as to prepare for careers in alcohol and drug counseling, patient care, and other related fields. The following units offer such courses and programs: