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Drug Safety


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5 College Freshman

Drug Safety: I have not seen any one drink or use drugs on campus.

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3 College Junior

Drug Safety: if you want it you'll find it

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3 College Senior

Drug Safety: UIUC has a reputation for being one of the top three party schools in the U.S.. There are of course many issues with underage drinking and just drinking in general here.

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3 College Student

Drug Safety: People party. Its a big ten.

3 College Junior

Drug Safety: The Policy Enforcement is only put into effect when the administration is aware of abinge drinking holiday coming up- like St. Patrick's Day. Otherwise, peer pressure, usage, etc., goes unquestioned.

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The drug scene at U of I is limited to acid and pot for causal users, and even then, usage of these drugs is generally not very popular or extreme. These drugs are available, though, as most students say they either know of someone who has gotten drugs or someone who supplies drugs. Instead, alcohol is the substance of choice, and many students do abuse it. It is not uncommon to find students who drink four or five times a week. As a consequence, most substance abuse arrests are related to alcohol and range from fights to underage drinking to driving while under the influence. Occurences of violence, both physical and sexual, that are caused by alcohol are probably some of the larger problems caused by substance abuse on this campus. U of I tries to educate its students on these dangers, and it even requires all freshmen to take a class on rape drugs and ways to stay safe while around alcohol.

Of course, no matter how many seminars U of I sponsors, there will always be some students who have a problem with control and safety. The best thing you can do is avoid people and places that are dangerous and far from campus. Even if you and your friends head out for what you intend to be an innocent night on the town, you never know what can go on at a party once you get there. Champaign tends to be a harder scene, with more drugs present and available, especially in the seedier part of town. Practice self-control and safety around alcohol, and the rest should not be a problem.

Facts & Statistics

Alcohol-Related Referrals
Alcohol-Related Arrests
Drug-Related Referrals
Drug-Related Arrests
Most Popular Drugs
  • Alcohol
  • Cocaine
  • LSD
  • Marijuana
Drug Counseling Programs
Alcohol and Drug Services at Counseling Center
(217) 333-3704
Assessment, counseling, outreach and consultation,intervention, referral
Drug Counseling Programs
Alcohol and Other Drug Office (AODO)
(217) 333-7757
AODO assessment and evaluation, group therapy, individual counseling, Challenging Alcohol Attitudes Positively (CAAP) classes, marijuana information classes, referrals/options to other area groups
Drug Counseling Programs
(217) 333-2700
Drug Counseling Programs
Faculty/Staff Assistance Program
(217) 244-5312
Confidential assessment, referral, and community program information
Drug Counseling Programs
L.W's Place
(217) 356-4600
Assessment, therapy
Drug Counseling Programs
The Pavilion
(217) 373-1700
Assessment, therapy
Drug Counseling Programs
Prairie Center for Substance Abuse
(217) 328-4500
Assessment, therapy

Student Polls

Name the most popular drugs on campus.    Based on 171 responses

  • 38% Alcohol
  • 32% Marijuana
  • 17% Prescription "study drugs" (Adderall, Ritalin)
  • 3% None
  • 3% Cocaine
  • 2% Ecstasy
  • 2% Prescription painkillers (Vicodin, OxyContin)
  • 1% Other prescription drugs (barbiturates, Valium, Xanax)
  • 1% Psychedelics (LSD, mushrooms)
  • 1% Steroids
  • 0% Heroin
  • 0% Methamphetamine

How would you describe the drug scene on campus (not including alcohol)?    Based on 171 responses

  • 2% Drugs are not used on campus. Seriously.
  • 34% Barely noticeable. Very few students take part.
  • 46% Somewhat noticeable. Less than half of students take part.
  • 16% Pretty noticeable. Many students take part.
  • 2% Very noticeable. Most students take part.

How would you describe the social drinking scene on campus?    Based on 171 responses

  • 1% Students don't drink on campus. Seriously.
  • 1% Barely noticeable. Very few students take part.
  • 6% Somewhat noticeable. Less than half of students take part.
  • 37% Pretty noticeable. Many students take part.
  • 55% Very noticeable. Most students take part.

How much access do underage students have to alcohol?    Based on 170 responses

  • 2% Very limited.
  • 14% Somewhat limited.
  • 48% Somewhat abundant.
  • 36% Practically unlimited.

How does peer pressure affect students' use of drugs and alcohol?    Based on 170 responses

  • 30% You can have a great social life without drugs or alcohol.
  • 46% Most people partake in some form, but no one treats you differently if you don't.
  • 21% You'll definitely feel a little awkward if you don't drink.
  • 2% If you don't partake, you're left out.
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