Alcohol Education: Presentations
Six Pack Open Sessions
Research indicates that the first six weeks of the college experience is a critical developmental time for first-year students. At this time, students are adjusting to new-found freedoms and responsibilities. Myth Busting Alcohol discusses high-risk drinking and the effects of alcohol from the expectancy point of view. The presenter will specifically discuss the effects of media and the social aspect of drinking. These sessions are fun, interactive, and interesting to students! No registration is required.
Myth Busting Alcohol Participation
This program enhances what EIU students are learning in classes, residence halls, and organizations regarding alcohol education. Other benefits include:
- a chance to network with faculty, staff, community, and other students
- an ability to recognize various departments and agencies which can assist students with resources on personal health and wellness
- information and empowerment in helping others with alcohol problems
Myth Busting Alcohol Open Session Dates: Spring 2017
|2/7||MLK Union: Effingham Room||6:30 PM|
|3/16||MLK Union: Effingham Room||7 PM|
|3/20||MLK Union: Martinsville Room||5:30 PM|
Request a Presentation
Throughout the year, various alcohol presentations are available to classes RSO's, residence halls, and more. The best part is we will come to you! If you are interested in requesting a program, please fill out a program request.
If you have any questions or like additional information about this program, please contact the HERC's Health Promotion Coordinators at (217) 581-7786 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.