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Alcohol Awareness

Alcohol is the largest contributor of high-risk behaviors on college campuses. If you choose to drink alcohol, you assume the responsibility of dealing with the possible negative consequences.

  • Drink in a safe environment with people you know.
  • Know your limit and drink in moderation.
  • Remember, if you are not 21 years of age, it is illegal to consume or possess alcohol.
SPRING BREAK SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS
When on spring break, it’s always good to be safe and alert.

  • Check your local police stations in the area to know where to go and what areas to avoid.
  • When traveling, always carry a form of identification with you.
  • Keep your cell phone on you and make sure it is fully charged.
  • Watch your drinks at all times when around people you do not know or trust—yes even if you are male. Avoid consuming large amounts of alcohol/drugs as they can disrupt your perceptions and decision-making skills
  • The legal drinking in the United States is 21 years of age. If going outside of the country be sure to check what the legal drinking age is and be familiar with the laws of the country.
  • Be aware of your surroundings and travel in groups.

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