The Campus Prevention Network's Framework for Comprehensive Prevention outlines the core components of a social impact strategy that drives results.
Leading institutions adopt these research-backed pillars to create a safer, more successful college experience - where their campus and community can thrive.
Programming is how alcohol and sexual assault prevention messaging is designed and delivered. Effective programs are based on theory and data, and utilize known best practices to drive targeted and ongoing engagement across the student lifecycle.
Policies communicate institutional values and establish community expectations. Campus policies should be clear and accessible, consistently communicated and enforced, and aligned with state and federal compliance requirements.
Critical processes translate prevention resources into action that aligns with campus needs and strengths. This key pillar includes goal-setting and strategic planning, data collection and assessment, and collaboration with key partners.
Institutionalization is the foundation of a high-impact prevention strategy, representing outward support from senior leaders, appropriate budget and staffing, and campus-wide commitment to safety, well-being, and inclusion.
Alcohol misuse and sexual assault derail student success.
As high-risk drinking increases the likelihood of an A/A- GPA decreases.
Sexual assault survivors are 2x more likely than their peers to miss class and perform poorly on schoolwork.
Students feel more connected to their institutions when they participate in alcohol misuse and sexual assault prevention training.
Alcohol misuse and sexual assault prevention training leads to a greater sense of belonging and satisfaction.
70% of students that completed Vector courses felt valued by their institutions compared to 46% that didn't.
Even modest gains in alcohol and sexual assault prevention training participation are linked to increases in student retention and graduation rates.
67% of AlcoholEdu learners report feeling more likely to complete their degree.
Training teaches essential life skills like interpersonal communication, cultural competence, resilience, and self-management.
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