Seton Hall University is dedicated to combating high-risk drinking among our students, both on and off campus, while also educating them on good decision making.
We invite any group, organization, class, or member of the Seton Hall community to utilize our alcohol education programs and other educational materials.
Any alcohol education program or materials can be requested and scheduled at any time throughout the school year.
Our list of the programs we offer are listed below. However, if there is a topic that you do not see covered that you would like to have presented on, please let us know and we can customize a program for you.
Anatomy of the Red Cup
What's the standard drink size? How much liquor is usually in a mixed drink? Do you know what’s in YOUR cup? Play SOBER Bingo to learn the facts so you can make good, informed decisions in the future.
Drink Like a Lady, Act Like a Woman
Understand how alcohol affects women differently than men while gaining an understanding of the health risks of long term/binge drinking on the female body.
How to Help a Friend
What do you do when you're worried about your friend's drinking habits? Who can help? This program gives you a step-by-step guide on how to talk with your friend, how to get help, and how to care for yourself in the process.
Seton Hall University's Guide to Hosting Safe Parties
So, you want to throw a party but want to do it safely, keep your neighbors happy, but still have fun. This program is for you! All participants receive a “Safe Party Pack” that includes tips for hosting a safe party, South Orange regulations, coupons to local restaurants, and more.
Alcohol Use and Sexual Assault
What is consent? Statistics show that most sexual assaults involving college students usually occur when the victim, perpetrator, or both, have been drinking. Learn why being under the influence of drugs or alcohol changes everything, and how to reduce your risk of becoming a victim OR perpetrator of sexual assault.
Stay in the SHU Blue: The ABC's of BAC
In college having a high GPA is awesome. Having a high BAC (blood alcohol concentration)… not so much. Learn how factors such as weight, gender, and time play into this important equation, and will keep you within the legal limit (the SHU Blue).