Alcohol and Drug Education Task Force
The Alcohol and Drug Education Task Force is a volunteer staff and student committee established to educate the student body of Columbus State University about safe drinking and the dangers of drug use.
Columbus State University is one of hundreds of institutions nationwide requiring every incoming student to complete AlcoholEdu – a non-opinionated, science-based course taken by hundreds of thousands of students each year. Whether or not you drink, AlcoholEdu empowers students to make well-informed decisions and provides some simple strategies to help keep you and your friends safe.
- AlcoholEdu 2021-2022 Impact Report (PDF)
- Biennial Alcohol and Drug Review 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 (PDF)
- Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students 2019–2020 Impact Report (PDF)
Task Force Campaigns
Smoke-Free Campus: Throughout the 2009/2010 academic year, the Alcohol and Drug Education Task Force researched the possibility of a tobacco-free campus. A proposal including relevant college statistics, positive reasons for becoming a tobacco free campus, and ideas and recommendations for enforcement was created and present to the President's Cabinet, Staff Council, Faculty Senate, and Student Government Association. All of these groups supported the proposal with the suggestion that there be some designated smoking areas at least during an initial phase of moving to a smoke-free campus. This campaign continues throughout Columbus State University's campus.
Task Force Staff Committee Members:
- Theresa Willey: Task Force Chair, RL & Student Support Coordinator
- Dana Larkin: Student Affairs, Associate Dean of Students
- Nikki Minneman: Residence Life, Residence Life Coordinator
- Lashica Thomas: Student Recreation Center
- Lauren Davis: Student Recreation Center
- Victoria Roebuck: Student Health Center, Director
For more information or to become involved with this task force, please contact Theresa Willey at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Alcohol Policies
- Counseling Center
- Drug Policies (PDF)
- Alternative Justice for Alcohol and Marijuana (PDF)
- Student Health Services
- University Police
Alcoholics Anonymous - 706-327-6078
Georgia Drug Abuse Helpline
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
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