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Getting Ready (and Excited!) for the Drug Free Schools & Communities Act Biennial Review (2018 Ed.)

Health, Safety, and Well-being Alcohol and Other Drug
David Arnold AVP for Health, Safety, and Well-Being Initiatives

Many campuses complete the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA) Biennial Review at the beginning of even-numbered years. If your campus does, or if your campus hasn’t done a Biennial Review, this live briefing will update you on federal requirements, discuss best practices in review, and help take your campus to compliance and beyond! While few requirements for DFSCA compliance have changed, NASPA invites you to this discussion of the Biennial Review in the scope of novel substance adoption, the national opioid crisis, changing state marijuana laws, and other pertinent issues on the horizon. Compliance is the start, but the discussion will also build on compliance as an avenue for better strategic prevention, impacting student attrition, building better residential communities, and directing prevention resources toward the most effective returns.

This live briefing is appropriate for practitioners, mid-level managers, and senior student affairs administrators.

Cost
99
Course Length
60
Course Type
On Demand

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