BRINGING OUT THE BEST IN OUR COMMUNITY.
In 2010, the Alcohol Task Force was established to foster our Catholic and Marianist vision of community living. The Alcohol Taskforce aimed to address high risk drinking on campus; and it is through partnership with faculty, staff, and students that we can make a difference in our community.
WHAT HAVE WE DONE? LET'S TAKE A LOOK.
The Division of Student Development collaborated with various campus and community constituents in attempt to influence the culture at UD. Faculty, staff, students, and community members have addressed issues such as prevention programming, educational interventions, communication, assessment, substance-free activities, policies, and enforcement.
RECOMMENDATION: Engagement with the Campus Community
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Community Wellness Services collaborated with the Coordinator of Sexual Violence Prevention through several campaigns, programs, the re-design of alcohol and staff training.
Students served on the Late Night Programming committee, Sexual Misconduct Task Force, and St. Patrick’s committee.
Communications were made to stakeholders through mediums including Facebook, websites, and letters.
RECOMMENDATION: Significant investments are needed to provide activities and programs for students on all weekends
ACCOMPLISHMENT: $21,000 was dedicated to Late Night Programming for use by the student run Community Activities Board in 2012-13.
Late Night Programming mini-grants were created (mini-grants are grants to students to host alcohol free events).
RECOMMENDATION: Broader engagement with students on alcohol issues including education, prevention, understanding
ACCOMPLISHMENT: Major constituents from the First Year Coordinating Team agreed to incorporate a lesson plan concerning alcohol in their classes.
Nearly 500 students received alcohol education through the Opt in Program (a diversion program for low level first time offenders)
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. KNOW THE FACTS.
Did you know that high risk drinking negatively impacts students' overall health and wellness?
It is our responsibility to understand the national trends that surround high risk drinking and other drug use; and at the University of Dayton, we do. You too can educate yourself on these national trends.
Please view the National Alcohol Data information for college aged students.
DEVELOPING FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENT LEADERS.
937-229-4241 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Barger, Enrollment Management
937-229-4411 | email@example.com
Joe Cairo, Public Safety
937-229-2116 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Christina Smith, HRL, Student Development
937-229-3520 | email@example.com
Kristen Altenau, Sexual Misconduct, Student Development
937-229-1217 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Chad Warren, Alumni & Advancement
937-229-3588 | email@example.com
Stevie Watson, Marketing, Faculty
937-229-3766 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim Trick, Faculty
937-229-3654 | email@example.com
Jackson Goodnight, Psychology, Faculty
937-229-2738 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Polly Long, Graduate Student
Caroline Smith, Undergraduate Student
Mike Minnis, Undergraduate Student
Gabrielle Maresco, Undergraduate Student
Steve Mueller, Student Development
937-229-3141 | email@example.com
Leah Shamblin, Graduate Assistant Student Development
READY TO GET INVOLVED? HERE'S HOW.
WHERE TO FIND US IF YOU NEED US.
Community Wellness Services
300 College Park Drive
Dayton, Ohio 45469-2610
McGinnis Center 112