It is the mission of the Office of Substance Education to create an environment that promotes academic success and healthy lifestyles through comprehensive programming aimed to prevent and reduce the negative consequences from alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use. We strive to assist students, faculty, and staff in the adoption of a healthy lifestyle by providing individuals and groups with information, education and resources.
SPARKS Peer Educators can give presentations or help facilitate discussions and critical thinking. Please give at least two weeks notice and click here to fill out a program request.
If you want to read Elon's Alcohol Position Statement, click here.
If you want to read about what Elon does to comply with the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Act, click here.
If you are concerned about your alcohol use and want to take a free, anonymous self-assessment, click here.
***This screening test is not a substitute for an evaluation by a trained professional but it can help you learn if your symptoms are consistent with alcohol abuse.***
After you complete the screening you can print your results and take them to a counselor at the R.N. Ellington Health and Counseling Center, which is located on campus between the Moseley and Loy Centers. Call the Counseling Center at (336) 278-7280 to make an appointment.