Failure of College Students to Complete an Online Alcohol Education Course as a Predictor of High-Risk Drinking That Requires Medical Attention

This study used survival analysis to determine whether students who partially completed the AlcoholEdu for College online course or failed to take it were disproportionately represented among student patients who presented with elevated blood alcohol concentration (BAC). read research

Campus Alcohol Policies: An Examination of Student Attitudes Towards Policies and Their Enforcement 

This report examines the research literature around campus alcohol policies, examines student data collected through AlcoholEdu for College, and reviews lessons learned and best practices cited by professionals in the field. read research

Use and Correlates of Protective Drinking Behaviors During the Transition to College: Analysis of a National Sample

This study examined patterns and correlates of protective drinking behaviors among incoming first-year college students and found that college students increase risky drinking after the start of school while progressively using fewer behaviors that might mitigate the consequences of drinking. Learn more

Fake ID Ownership in a US Sample of Incoming First-Year College Students

This study examined demographic characteristics and alcohol-related problems associated with fake ID ownership among incoming first-year college students and found that fake ID ownership was associated with intent to join or current membership in a fraternity/sorority and with reports of heavy drinking episodes, alcohol-related problems, and drinking and driving. Fake ID owners and incoming college students seeking fraternity or sorority membership should be targeted for multiple interventions to reduce alcohol-related harms. learn more

Institutionalizing Alcohol Prevention:
Strategies for Engaging Key Stakeholders and Aligning Objectives

The report outlines the most salient conclusions regarding the challenges most campuses face in gaining broad support for alcohol prevention initiatives, and underscores the importance of establishing a culture of shared responsibility and accountability for prevention across campus. read research

Using Alcohol-Free Options to Promote a Healthy Campus Environment

This report is the first of the publication series featuring insights gathered from EverFi’s research effort, The EverFi Coalition. read research

The Future of Alcohol Prevention: Navigating Changes in the Higher Education Landscape

This report takes a look at the broader trends in higher education and beyond, gathering information from interviews with leading experts, published literature, etc. allowing us to identify the economic, social, political, and demographic phenomena that we believe will have the greatest impact on college student health and wellness in the years to come. read research