Bulletin summarizing updated statistics, analysis, and recommendations that occurred after the release of the 2002 NIAAA College Task Force reports.
Materials from the NIAAA College Task Force (2002)
Comprehensive reports and brochures released by the NIAAA’s Task Force on College Drinking that turned a national spotlight on the problem of harmful drinking among college students. The central report, A Call to Action: Changing the Culture of Drinking at U.S. Colleges, has proven influential in the college alcohol and other drug (AOD) prevention and treatment field.
- A Call to Action: Changing the Culture of Drinking at U.S. Colleges (2002)
- Reducing Alcohol Problems on Campus: A Guide to Planning and Evaluation (2002)
- The College Drinking Prevention Curriculum for Health Care Providers (2002)
- Panel Reports (2002)
- Brochures for parents, peer educators and resident advisors, and college administrators (2002)
Published in 1976, the Whole College Catalog encouraged fresh thinking and experimentation regarding alcohol abuse prevention. The ideas and program concepts found in the catalog were contributed by students and staff members from various colleges around the country, which were not necessarily endorsed by NIAAA.