By choosing to join the UNO community, each member agrees to comply with certain standards of civilized behavior.
College Alcohol Profile (CAP)
The CAP is a quick and confidential online survey to get personalized feedback on student alcohol use. It was created with input from students and originally designed for UNO.
Your Kids Are Drinking (website with video/audio)
NET Television and NET Radio combine efforts to present this project focusing on the problems associated with underage drinking. It includes a locally produced television special, a televised panel discussion of the problem, and a three-part NET Radio series.
This is a list of the "8 dimensions of wellness." These dimensions are used to help guide programming at UNO and create a culture of healthy behavior in a holistic/balanced fashion. Healthy and balanced students often have greater rates of graduation. The link provided explains each dimension.
UNO is a "permit-only" campus, meaning that no one, regardless of age, can consume alcohol on campus property without a permit and there are strict criteria for obtaining a permit. This includes all buildings, residence halls, parking lots, and dining and conference facilities.
This website provides support for campuses across Nebraska who are committed to reducing high-risk drinking.
Binge (website with video/audio)
This NET News production looks at young adults drinking too much, too fast. Hear from law enforcement, university officials, and bar owners trying to change lives before it’s too late. It includes a locally produced television special, video extras, a NET Radio series, and other web resources.
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