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Healthy Campus / Alcohol


Did you know that alcohol misuse is a serious health issue for colleges and universities throughout the country? The consequences of alcohol abuse can lead to poor academic performance, unintentional injuries and more. Here at FSU we care about the well-being of our campus community. Whether you need a quick review of FSU’s alcohol policy, alcohol resources for a friend or fun ideas for ways to spend a Friday night, the information contained in this section of the Healthy Campus site can help you navigate through alcohol-related resources and information specifically designed with the FSU community in mind.


Alcohol EDU

Find out why FSU does Alcohol EDU, as well as get instructions & directions to login.

Alcohol Poisoning & Medical Amnesty

Learn the signs & symptoms of alcohol poisoning and more about the medical amnesty policy which can protected students from disciplinary and conduct sanctions in such situations where they need to seek medical attention for students in distress from alcohol and drug use.

Alternatives to Alcohol

Don’t want to drink? Not a problem! FSU and Tallahassee have plenty of fun alternatives to drinking. Check them out here


Misusing alcohol can come with unwanted consequences that could ruin your weekend or even your life. Understand the consequences that come with alcohol abuse.


Learn about these important alcohol-related statistics.

Faculty Resources

Faculty members, find out ways you can help reduce high risk drinking.

Information for Families

Parents, if you are concerned about your student being exposed to alcohol, then talk to them about it. Use these conversation topics and pointers to approach them in a loving, non-intrusive way.

Protective Behaviors

If you do decide to drink, then be familiar with these protective strategies for using alcohol and put them to use.


Concerned about your drinking habits or the habits of a loved one? Use these campus/local resources to get help.