The Student Assistance Program (S.A.P.) provides educational, prevention, and intervention services on an individual and group basis to all students. The S.A.P. is directed by a full-time coordinator and partners with parents, students, faculty, community organizations, and police agencies. The Student Assistance Program addresses barriers to learning that impact both the individual student and the school in order to increase student success and  improve school climate.  


  • As a young person you are faced with many challenges.  However, very few have the potential to affect your life in a more significant way than the decisions you make about alcohol and drugs.  The decisions you make about alcohol and drugs will influence your health, your grades, your relationships, your job or career, maybe even your freedom.

    So, what can you do to protect yourself and reduce the risk of alcohol and drug problems? 

    Click here for the Ten Tips (NCADD, June 2015).

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Jeanne Widing
South Campus room A105J