- Party Smart
- Generation Rx -- The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
- Cardinal Health
- Social Norms Marketing
- Happy 21st Birthday
- Counseling and Consultation Service
- Disability Services
Party Smart tells you in plain English what the laws are; gives you tips on how to be a responsible host or guest; provides Party Smart kits to help you; and links you through this website to resources related to safety, entertainment activities and community services. Visit Party Smart to learn more about partying responsibly.
Looking for information on prescription drug misuse and abuse? Visit Generation Rx for interactive toolkits, statistics, and resources that explore prescription drugs and the effects of misuse and abuse. The goal of the Generation Rx Initiative is to enhance the public's understanding of medication safety issues, particularly those relating to prescription drug abuse.
The Cardinal Health Foundation has teamed up with The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy and the Student Life Student Wellness Center to promote the prevention of prescription drug abuse and misuse through the Generation Rx Outreach Initiative. Learn more here.
Did you know that the majority (80%) of OSU students have 0-6 drinks when they party? Research shows that most students have misperceptions about alcohol and drug behaviors of their peers. The goal of a social norms campaign is to correct these misperceptions by providing positive messages, based on reliable research data, that the majority of their peers ARE making healthy, responsible decisions. Learn more by viewing the ATOD Comprehensive Prevention Plan to the right.
Maybe you drink, maybe you don't, but have you heard of taking 21 shots on your 21st birthday? Not to be a buzz kill, but did you know that you can die from taking 21 shots or drinking beyond your limit? Check out these 21 tips for celebrating your 21st!
CCS provides counseling and consultation to currently enrolled undergraduate, graduate and professional students. They also work with spouses/partners of students who are covered by the Comprehensive Student Health Insurance. Learn more here.
Disability Services provides academic accommodations to students with documented disabilities, including medical and mental health conditions. To find out more about the services available, visit their Accommodations & Services page. To learn how to register with Disability Services, visit their Registration Process page or contact the office at 614-292-3307 / firstname.lastname@example.org.