UCF is joining universities across the nation and recognizing National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week [NCAAW] by sponsoring programs and educational initiatives aimed at raising awareness of alcohol issues on campus.

Scheduled events focus on encouraging alcohol safety and personal. NCAAW is held during the 3rd week of October each year, decisively a time when the academic calendar is marked by social activities like football, homecoming and other holidays which typically concern public health issues such as excessive drinking.

UCF is focusing on some of the risks associated with excessive drinking and the affect they could have on a student’s life. The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities Title IX and Orange County Sex Crimes Squad have partnered to provide a discussion on Drinking and Legal Consent. Highlighted events as follows:

  • 18 @ 3-4 p.m., SU Cape Florida: Drinking and Legal Consent
  • 19 @1-3 p.m., Health Center (concrete gardens): Alcohol Screening Day
  • 20 @ 4-5:30 p.m., SU 221: Keri Anne DeMott Matters (listen to her father’s powerful testimony)
  • 21 10 p.m.-1 a.m., Neptune Multipurpose Room: thePoint After Dark program
  • The Office of Student Involvement will also be hosting their monthly Late Knights event during NCAAW as yet another healthy entertainment alternative for the UCF Student Community. For flyer, click here.

    For more information, contact Crystal Colvenbach, marketing coordinator for Student Health Services at [email protected].