Alcohol and Drug Education Programs

Alcohol and Drug Education programs available to PSU students consist of, but are not limited to:

  • OCTAA (On Campus Talking About Alcohol):
    • 12 hour alcohol education course taught by a trained instructor. This class is a standard sanction for alcohol violations.  Anyone who has not been through the student conduct process, but is interested in attending the class, may contact the Office of the Dean of Students.
  • Marijuana and Life Choices class:
    • 3 hour marijuana education program taught by the university’s alcohol and drug counselor from the Counseling and Human Relations Center.  This class is a standard sanction for marijuana violations. Anyone who has not been through the student conduct process, but is interested in attending the class, may contact the Office of the Dean of Students.
  • Individual Drug and/ or Alcohol Counseling:
    • The Counseling and Human Relations Center provides counseling services for individuals seeking assistance with drug and/or alcohol related issues. The alcohol and drug education counselor may also be available for group presentations.
  • Life Educator and Peer Educator Programs:
    • The Life Educator’s (student group through the Wellness Center) and the Peer Educator’s (student group through the Counseling and Human Relations Center) present various programs, related to alcohol and drug use and/or abuse issues, to a variety of campus audiences. For a list of the individual programs contact the appropriate office.