Each year colleges and universities across the country participate in National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week. At Villanova, we conduct alcohol awareness, prevention and health promotion efforts throughout the year. The purpose of NCAAM is to educate the campus and student body about alcohol abuse in hopes to prevent future tragedies and encourage responsible and healthy decisions regarding alcohol consumption. We also recognize those whose lives were affected due to alcohol abuse.
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Since 2007, most Villanova students report using protective strategies when they drink, including: eating before and during drinking, staying with the same group of friends, keeping track of the number of drinks the consume, and using a designated driver.
Alcoholism does not begin after college. 20% of college students meet the criteria for alcohol abuse and behaviors that can lead to addiction.