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OCTOBER is National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Month

Students drinking alcohol

October 19-25 is National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week!

 

Here at NCCU, we acknowledge the dangers of alcohol and choosing to drink responsibly. Held each year during the third week of October, National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness week aims to bring attention to the serious public health issues posed by excessive drinking among college students during football games, homecoming weekends, and other large celebrations held on NCCU campus and throughout other campuses.

 

Irresponsible drinking can lead to several negative consequences including family issues, academic distress, and sometimes death. We encourage you to take a quick survey on the link below to assess how your drinking habits are:

http://screening.mentalhealthscreening.org/nccu/screening/4141

Published: Friday, October 20, 2017
by Outreach Coordinator/Clinical Counselor, Jody C Grandy
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