- Adolescent Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (Colorado State University Extension)
- BASICS, Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention of College Students (University of Colorado, Boulder)
- Final Report of the Colorado State University Alcohol Task Force
- Fire and Safety Update and University Drug and Alcohol Policy (Colorado State University)
- Recognizing Adolescent Alcohol and Drug Abuse: A Family Guide (Colorado State University Extension)
- Social Norms: Communications for Impaired Driving Programming on College Campuses (Colorado Department of Human Services)
- State of Colorado Underage Drinking Enforcement Website
- Testing the Social Norms Model to Reduce High Risk College Drinking (Colorado Department of Human Services)
National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
October 18-24 has been designated to bring awareness of the growing problem of alcohol on college campuses, much of which is consumed by young people under the legal drinking age. The State Publications Library collects all state government documents, including those from state-funded colleges and universities, so we have a number of documents in our collection that address this issue, including studies and policies from the universities as well as consumer information from the state's health and human services agencies. Listed below are some of the resources you can find in our library that address college and/or underage drinking:
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