At Illinois State University your academic success and well-being is our priority! Our programming and activities allow you to make decisions about alcohol and other drug use that will keep yourself, your family and friends, and the University at a reduced risk from harm. Making sound decisions about your health and well-being will also allow you to achieve your goal of successfully completing your education at Illinois State University.
The University supports these messages:
Familiarizing yourself with University expectations builds knowledge and awareness further supporting informed and safer decision making. If you are a student who chooses to be substance free or is in recovery from alcohol or other drugs, you may be interested in Recovery for Redbirds, an RSO supporting ISU students. For more information please contact Jamie Laurson at email@example.com or RecoveryForRedbirds@IllinoisState.edu, or call (309)438-2564.
If you or someone you know is concerned about or has a problem with alcohol or other drug use, please contact Student Counseling Services (309) 438-3655. You may also make an appointment with a Student Health Service's medical provider at (309) 438-2778.
Drug-Free School and Communities Act for the US Department of Education Biennial Review
FY 2023 Annual DFSCA Student Notification
Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention
National Institutes of Health
National Institute on Drug Abuse
NIAAA Building Drink Refusal Skills