There are many ways you as a student, faculty or staff member can get involved with Clemson’s alcohol efforts.
Clemson Community Coalition
The Clemson Community Coalition is open to Clemson students, faculty, staff, parents and community members. Community members include store owners, law enforcement, local residents and apartment managers. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 5:15 p.m.
There are also various student groups and
organizations either directly or indirectly involved in alcohol efforts through
prevention, education and leadership.
Developing Peer-Delivered Initiatives to
Foster the Promotion of a Healthy Campus
- CI participants will help promote a healthy
and safe campus community through peer delivered initiatives and the
utilization of the socio ecological model. Students will focus on the areas of
alcohol abuse prevention, sexual assault prevention, and mental health.
Participants will investigate best practices in new student education with a
focus on knowledge acquisition and bystander intervention. All research and
projects will focus on peer delivered programs for Clemson University
undergraduate students. The Aspire program, a CU1000 requirement overseen by
Healthy Campus will be the main vehicle used to collect research data. For more
information contact the Aspire Coordinators
Katelin Domanski and Chloe Greene.
Greeks Advocating for the Mature Management of Alcohol (GAMMA)
- GAMMA provides interactive alcohol programming, opportunities for discussions about alcohol with fellow students and administrators and works to build on the strengths of the Greek community toward reducing consequences of high-risk drinking. GAMMA operates under the advisement of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and works closely with Healthy Campus and EMpower Clemson. For more information on GAMMA, please visit the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life at http://www.clemsongreeklife.com/.
Student Judicial Board
- The purpose of the Student Judicial Board is to uphold the values, traditions and code of conduct at Clemson University. The goal of Judicial Board is to encourage and assist the students in assuming the responsibility for their own behaviors and discipline. The purpose of the Judicial Board is to educate rather than punish, to be helpful rather than vindictive and to stimulate students to think about their actions as they relate to those of the other members of the University community.