Social Norms

Social Norms at Millersville

Social Norms Campaign, Fall 2015.

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Millersville University participates in the American College Health Association's National Collegiate Health Assessment every other fall semester in order to gather data on current health priorities impacting our students.  Data collected from the survey is analyzed and disseminated through a social norms campaign during the fall semester immediately following the fall semester that the survey is administered.  The social norms campaign specifically focuses on alcohol and other drug issues.  It is our intent to provide students with an accurate picture of alcohol and other drug use on campus and to promote that many students at Millersville make responsible and healthy decisions regarding alcohol use.  The campaign features posters, facebook messages, Snapper advertisements, give away items, information in Stall Talk, etc.

Want to see the numbers from the Social Norms Survey? Click here to view Millersville University Social Norms Fact Sheet

To Learn More About the Social Norms Concept

For additional information on the social norms concept:

National Social Norms Institute: www.socialnorm.org

The Higher Education Center: www.higheredcenter.org

  • Social Norms Committee

    Jayme Trogus, Chair: Wellness and Women's Program

    John Baltzer: Center for Counseling and Human Development

    Dr. Julie Lombardi: Wellness and Sports Sciences

    Dr. Joseph Lynch: Center for Counseling and Human Development

    Dr. Daniel O'Neill: Center for Counseling and Human Development

    Student Representatives

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  • Campus Resources

    Center for Counseling and Human Development: www.millersville.edu/counsel

    Center for Health Education and Promotion: www.millersville.edu/chep

    Health Services: www.millersville.edu/healthservices

    Millersville University Police Department: www.millersville.edu/police

     

  • Additional Alcohol Resources

    American College Health Association: www.acha.org

    Bacchus Peer Education Network: http://bacchusnetwork.org/

    College Drinking Prevention: www.collegedrinkingprevention.gov

    Facts on Tap: www.factsontap.org

    National Clearinghouse for Alcohol & Drug Information: www.ncadi.samhsa.gov

    National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: www.niaaa.nih.gov

    Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board: www.lcb.state.pa.us

    Promising Practices: Campus Alcohol Strategies:  www.promprac.gmu.edu

    The Higher Education Center for Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Violence Prevention: http://www.higheredcenter.org/