Click here to find out information about Alcohol and Other Drugs!
Take the E-Chug survey…
The e-CHUG is an online survey for Rider University students, which helps students gain insight into their relationship with alcohol. The e-CHUG is a brief, anonymous assessment tool that takes about 10 minutes to complete.
To find out more information about Alcohol such as:
- Information about Alcohol
- Other important links related to Alcohol and other Drugs
- Rider University’s Alcohol Policy
- Tips for safe partying
- Safe Rides Program
Click here for more information about the programs and services described below.
Substance Abuse Prevention Office
The Substance Abuse Prevention Office provides initial screening, education, support, and referral recommendations for full time students, part time students living on campus, and other students at the discretion of the Student Affairs Office or Rider University representatives. There is no cost for this service for the above mentioned eligible population.
Education, confidential screening, and referral recommendations may help in resolving conflicts or confusion in reference to substance use or other addiction issues which interfere with the normal process of daily living. The office also assists in supporting and advocating for students that are in recovery.
Rider Initiative for Substance-Abuse Education (RISE)
The Rider Initiative for Substance-Abuse Education (RISE) is a harm reduction program which educates the campus community on issues of personal safety and well-being.
RISE Educators provide students with information and strategies regarding both alcohol use and drug abuse.
We create bridges between student organizations, living groups, faculty and administration to develop a dynamic, comprehensive plan to create and support safe environments on the Lawrenceville and Princeton campuses.
Peer Health On Campus Unites Students (PHOCUS) is a group of undergraduate students who are committed to mentoring and educating their campus community on health-related college issues. Each summer PHOCUS members attend the Peer Health Institute to gain knowledge on college health issues and meet with other peer education groups to share and receive new programming ideas. Each member is Bacchus Gamma Peer Certified to be a peer health educator.