Alcohol Awareness Project (AAP)/Marijuana Awareness Project (MAP)

The Alcohol Awareness Project (AAP)/Marijuana Awareness Project (MAP) provides students who violate the University alcohol and other drug policies an opportunity to learn and discuss topics related to substance abuse. The AAP/MAP is an alcohol and drug skills training program that incorporates:

  • Factual information and skill development to inform college students on the risks associated with alcohol or other drug use and establish ways to prevent negative consequences;
  • Two 45-minute group session classes;
  • A trained SAVE Center staff member who leads the discussion, educates, and motivates students to make healthier, safer, and smarter choices related to alcohol and other drug use.
  • Interactive materials that are used to facilitate students’ awareness of their usage patterns, and educate students on the risks and ways to prevent negative consequences.
  • Prevention skills such as
    • Calculating blood alcohol level
    • Identifying risky social situations
    • Recognizing signs of an alcohol emergency
    • Providing help to someone experiencing an alcohol emergency;
  • A confidential and non-judgmental space for students to discuss, reflect and evaluate their usage as well as explore the usage as it compares to the perceived usage of their peers.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 215.951.1357.