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Drug and Alcohol Prevention Education

Southeastern Oklahoma State University believes that student success and achievement requires vigilance and effort on the part of the University to promote healthy living and learning. We affirm that we have a role in promoting an environment ,conducive to education, that actively discourages drug and alcohol abuse. We commit to prevention, developmental student conduct, and effective intervention for students at risk for these behaviors.

The Drug Free Schools and Campuses Regulations (34 CFR Part 86) of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA) require an institution of higher education to certify it has adopted and implemented programs to prevent the abuse of alcohol and use or distribution of illicit drugs both by students and employees, both on campus and as part of any institutional activities.

To explore the relevant institutional standards of conduct and sanctions, state and federal laws, health risks associated with alcohol and drug abuse, and programs in our community and the surrounding community that can assist you please review the links below:

DFSCA Disclosure Notification 2021
DAAPP 2021
2021 Biennial Review Report

DFSCA Disclosure Notification 2020
DAAPP 2020

DFSCA Disclosure Notification 2019
DAAPP 2019
2019 Biennial Review Report

DFSCA Disclosure Notification 2018
DAAPP 2018

DFSCA Disclosure Notification 2017
DAAPP 2017
2017 Biennial Review Report

Programs Available to Students and Staff Open Close

The Southeastern Oklahoma State University Counseling Center provides counseling services to students struggling with alcohol and drug related matters, and is capable of referral services to any faculty, full-time, and part-time staff that are struggling with alcohol and drug related matters. Their contact information shall be included in the annual DFSCA disclosure.

Not Anymore: Alcohol and Other Drugs is an online education and prevention program offered to freshmen enrolled in College Success Orientation classes that focuses on harm reduction. It is also utilized currently as a possible sanction with conduct issues related to alcohol and to drugs.

Safe Colleges is a mandatory program which educates students about the elements of healthy relationships, being a good communicator, understanding and reporting sexual assault, the importance of sexual consent, and the role of bystanders in creating safe, healthy communities.

Campus Well Magazine (formerly Student Health 101) is an online campus magazine to which Southeastern subscribes that addresses a multitude of health related issues including drug and alcohol informational articles.  This publication may be accessed by going to and is delivered to student email inboxes monthly.

New Year’s Resolution Booth gives the campus community an opportunity to express that they had a desire to promote safe and healthy behavior during the coming year.  Information is passed out to those who were interested on healthy lifestyles.  These events are held during the lunch time in the Student Union Atrium.

National College Health Assessment is completed every-other year to assess many health and wellness issues that affect our students.  This instrument allows us to see what educational gaps and individual needs need to be addressed.

Springapalooza is an event that happens the week before spring break every year in the Atrium of the Student Union during the hours the cafeteria is serving dinner.  During this time, students are educated on safety tips for various circumstances that could possibly leave them vulnerable to assault.

Camp SE is an orientation camp that is held every summer before the fall semester begins. Alcohol and drug abuse and prevention education will be provided during this orientation session.

Classroom Instruction: Instructors will be encouraged to include drug and alcohol abuse prevention education in their curriculum.

Customized educational outreach is offered throughout the year as requested through classrooms and other campus outreach initiatives, and periodically as part of health outreach programming.  Additional outreach is provided through ongoing programming in Housing and Residence Life, The Office for Student Life, and Student Wellness Services.

Additional Resources Open Close

Alcoholics Anonymous

Bryan County Health Unit
924-4299 or 4285

Bryan County Counseling Center

Grayson County Counseling Services

Grayson County Health Department
Administration and Services
903-893-0131 or 903-892-3776

Kiamichi Council on Alcoholism and Other Drug Abuse

Alliance Health-Durant

Lighthouse Counseling Center
924-7330; 371-3019

Substance Abuse Council

Texoma Medical Center