OADE provides outreach and workshops to student groups using Fatal Vision’s “drunk goggles” program, and discussions and presentations on:
- Alcohol poisoning
- Alcohol and women
- Alcohol and athletes
- Alcohol and Greek life
- Alcohol and relationships
- Safe homecoming
- Safe spring break
- Drunk and drugged driving
- High-risk (binge) drinking
OADE coordinates the facilitation of SUDDS classes (a one-hour educational program) for first-time alcohol policy violators led by peer education students. SUDDS is offered two times per month during the fall and spring semester.
OADE facilitates CARE (Chemical Awareness Responsibility Education) a six-hour class presented several times per year. CARE is open to:
- Campus alcohol policy offenders.
- Students arrested for infraction of state and county alcohol and drug regulations.
- Students displaying inappropriate behaviors such as frequent intoxication, aggressive or destructive behavior, or failure to meet academic requirements due to substance use.
- Students concerned about their choices of alcohol or other substance use.
Outreach requests will not be accepted the last two to three weeks of the semester.