Student Health Services
ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, and OTHER DRUG PROGRAMS
Ten (10) grants of $500-$1000 are available to support Alcohol/Drug Education and Programming.
Funds must be used in the specified semester.
The purpose of this grant is to promote healthy decision-making related to alcohol/drug use and support decisions to reduce/avoid use by engaging in alcohol free social opportunities.
Collaborative projects (students, staff, and faculty) are strongly encouraged
Applicants are encouraged to develop creative and informative projects to highlight the benefits of alcohol free events and/or risks of use/overuse of alcohol.
Programs may involve a social event AND MUST INCLUDE and educational component. Educational components should have a positive message and avoid scare tactics, which have not been shown to be effective.
Positive messages can include:
Projects may include, but are not limited to:
Grants will be awarded to a maximum of $1000. Spring funds must be used before June 30, 2013. Fall funds must be used prior to December 16, 2013.
Recipients must submit a brief summary of the project by May 20, using an outline supplied by the review committee.
Requests for fall funds will be reviewed beginning on April 10, 2013.
Need clarification or assistance? Contact Mary Jane Rogan by email or phone (610-430-4194).
*The Alcohol Education and Programming Grant is funded by fines paid by students who have had alcohol/drug related judicial violations.