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Join in the leisure activities at Wayne State...

Be responsible to yourself and others when using any substance


Most enjoyable activity: The typical student rates his/her most enjoyable activity as one that does not include binge drinking (86%)


Limit setting: The typical student limits alcohol to four or fewer drinks at a time (51% set a limit of four or fewer including 13% who abstain from alcohol)


Personal choice: The typical student does not let peers influence his/her use of alcohol or other chemicals (53% report that there has not been a time they let peers influence their usage)


Drug free: The typical student is drug free (91% report no use of street drugs in a typical month)


Most common activity with peers: The typical student is three times more likely to attend an activity with peers involving no alcohol or some alcohol


Campus, community church, family and other informal gatherings: The typical student attends four or more of these gatherings with no alcohol in a typical month (57%)


More activities wanted: The typical student would like to have one-three more activities available each month (58%)


Quotes from Student Essay Winners...

“My friends say, ‘Why don’t you have a drink?’ It’s not that I can’t. It’s not that I don’t have the money, It’s because I don’t see the point.”


“If people cannot respect your choices then why bother hanging around them?”


“Know your limits when it comes to drinking and do not put yourself in a position where only negative things can happen.”


*This information is based on an anonymous survey of 548
WSC students during the Spring of 2003



Ron Vick, MA, LPC
Counselor / Academic Advisor
Int'l Student Advisor




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