What resources are available for students concerned about alcohol and other drugs?
Purdue University has several campus-wide committees whose members are working to address the issues of alcohol and other drugs. In addition, staff members in Student Services have represented the University on community councils examining these concerns. Services to assist students are available at a variety of offices.
|Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)||Assessment, outpatient individual and group therapy for AOD concerns, consultation, referral||Student Health Center (PUSH), Room 246 and Psychological Sciences Building, Room 1120||765.494.6995|
|Employee Assistance Program||Services for employees and members of their families covered on the Purdue medical plan||Purdue West Shopping Center, 1400 W. State Street||765.494.0111|
|Office of the Dean of Students||Assistance, services, resources and referral||Schleman Hall of Student Services, Room 207, 475 Stadium Mall Drive||765.494.1747|
|Purdue Police Department||Education, programs and presentations, information, referral||205 South Martin Jischke Drive (TERY)||765.494.8221|
|Wellness||Educational programs and presentations, information, referral||Wellness Suite, France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center, 355 N. Martin Jischke Drive||765.496.1788|
Purdue University Annual Security Report Notice To Enrolled Students, Current Employees, Prospective Students and Prospective Employees
As required by federal law and Purdue University Executive Memorandum No. C-49, effective January 31, 2000, the University distributes an Annual Security Report containing campus crime statistics and information relating to campus safety and security policies and programs. If you would like a paper copy of the Report, please call 765.494.8221.
Purdue University recognizes that the ultimate responsibility for conduct remains with the individual student. The goal of the University is to facilitate responsibility through the policy presented in this document.
Purdue Student Legal Services (SLS)
As of September 3, 2013, Purdue Student Legal Services (SLS) is available for all students who have questions about legal issues they may be facing. SLS is also a great resource for students who want to learn their rights and responsibilities under Indiana law, including alcohol-related crimes. To learn more, visit www.purdue.edu/sls.
Purdue Biennial Review
Click on the Biennial Review for a comprehensive review of how Purdue addresses alcohol and other substance use/abuse.
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