Alcohol is the most-often used drug on college campuses today, although fewer than 25% of undergraduates are legally of age (21 or older) to consume alcoholic beverages. Affecting different people in different ways, alcohol not only puts you at risk of accident or injury, but also endangers others around you, especially if you attempt to drive after drinking. Drinking even small amounts of alcohol impairs your psycho-motor abilities and judgment and can lead to violent and/or at-risk behaviors, alcohol poisoning, and even death. For these reasons, alcoholic beverages and paraphernalia about alcohol (posters, coolers, t-shirts, and other items) are banned from the Huntingdon campus. Serious disciplinary action can occur if a student is caught violating this policy.
Here are some important resources, assembled in the interest of preventing alcohol abuse: