Data and Reports

Alcohol-related data acquired from various surveys, interventions, etc., will be aggregated here as it is made available to the Alcohol Coordinating Committee. 

AlcoholEdu for College

AlcoholEdu for College is an online, two-hour, customized alcohol educational course required for all incoming first-year students. Used by over 500 institutions around the country, AlcoholEdu applies science-based research to educate students about alcohol and its effects. The program asks questions to assess alcohol knowledge and skill level as well as attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors around alcohol use. Part 1 is completed before students arrive on campus. A follow-up survey—Part 2—is sent to students six weeks after arriving on campus. 

Data from the 2016-17 academic year can be found at the AlcoholEdu Report page

Faculty/Staff Perceptions

The Academic Support group of the Alcohol Coordinating Committee completed analysis on a campus-wide survey to faculty and staff about perceptions related to alcohol consumption in 2016. The Alcohol Perceptions Report (PDF; will open in a new window) is now available.