Environmental Management: A Comprehensive Strategy for Reducing Alcohol and Other Drug Use on College Campuses

By W. DeJong; C. Vince-Whitman; T. Colthurst; M. Cretella; M. Gilbreath; M. Rosati; and K. Zweig

Environmental Management articulates the philosophy of the Higher Education Center and presents a comprehensive strategy based on lessons learned from prevention research, public health, and case law. It examines the three spheres of action in which to work for environmental change: the campus task force, the campus and community coalition, and associations of higher education officials, especially college presidents. The conceptual framework is designed to help college officials understand the wisdom of broadening their approach beyond traditional prevention programs to include a range of strategies for changing the campus and community environment in which students make decisions about drinking and other drug use.

Published by: Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention Order Info

Price: Free
SKU: HEC 113
(2 pp.)