For many teens that graduate high school, moving to and attending a university is an essential milestone on the road to adulthood. This transition often includes increased independence, new opportunities for personal and social exploration, as well as academic and intellectual development. However, with these burgeoning prospects for positive growth, there comes the increased potential for experiencing negative consequences that may result from alcohol consumption and sexual assault.
Download this study from over 230k students regarding alcohol consumption, and attitudes and behaviors surrounding sexual assault. You'll learn:
- Which campus communities benefit the most from prevention efforts.
- Why bystander intervention is a critical component of prevention programming.
- The correlation between victimization rates and alcohol use.
- Implications for alcohol and sexual assault prevention.
- Best practices to consider, and more.