Students For Responsible Choices
Students for Responsible Choices are peer educators who collaborate with the campus community to create a safe and positive environment for all students. They provide information about the risks of substance use, while offering healthy and fun alternatives to promote responsible choices. SRCs are dedicated to providing information that will facilitate informed individual decision making and promote low risk choices relating to the use of substances.
SRCs also address the College culture by supporting activities that minimize high risk drinking and maximize healthy choices. When necessary, SRCs will refer students with personal alcohol and other drug issues to appropriate sources of assistance and will support individuals who struggle with others’ use/misuse of alcohol. SRCs are advised by the Director of Student Wellness Education and their mission supports the College’s philosophy on alcohol and other drug education.
SRC sponsored events include: a required Fall orientation program for first year students, called “Think Before You Drink”, Alcohol Awareness Week, Safe Spring Break Week and bulletin board postings in the Residence Halls, distribution of BAC cards, Mocktails, and the 21st Birthday Card campaign.
For more information about the SRC program, please contact Elizabeth Drexler-Hines, director of Student Wellness Education, firstname.lastname@example.org, ext. 2302 or stop by Hogan Loyola 110 (In Health Services).