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Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs

The committee is open to all faculty, staff, students and even community members. Our goal is to work collaboratively to develop programs, initiatives, and services to reduce the proportion of students engaging in high risk behaviors related to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Have questions? Contact the committee chair, Joi Alexander.

Meeting Times

Spring 2018

Committee Composition

Students in Counseling Psychology and undergraduate students in Health Education and Behavior and exploratory. Faculty and staff from the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness, Student Rights & Responsibilities, FSU PD, Athletics, College of Social Work, Office of VP for Student Affairs, Florida Center for Prevention Research, Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, Universities Libraries, Housing, Dean of Students, University Health Services, Case Management Services, Human Resources, University Counseling Center and Public Health.

Goals & Objectives

Present Initiatives

Past Initiatives

Data Driving our Work

According to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the consequences of excessive and underage drinking continue to result in dangerous and often life threatening consequences. Assaults, injuries, academic problems, health problems, and even death are often the result of high risk drinking behaviors. Alcohol is the number one substance used on this campus, following after is Marijuana and prescription drugs based off our 2015 FSU NCHA data report.

According to a 2017 FSU National College Health Assessment


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