Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention


Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention work at Wolverine Wellness is student-centered and uses evidence-based strategic interventions, collaboration, innovation and the incorporation of the wellness dimensions to reduce harmful consequences of alcohol and other drug use.

The goal is to support students in achieving their personal and academic potential.

Programs and Services

U-M students have access to multiple resources on alcohol and other drugs, many of them free. Some examples are below.

Laws and Policies

Information about Alcohol and Other Drugs

Community Partners

Ann Arbor Campus Community Coalition (A2C3) is a broad-based coalition of U-M campus and Ann Arbor community members partnering to promote health and wellness by reducing  harmful alcohol use in the community. 

The Biennial Review Committee meets every two years to review the Alcohol and Other Drug Policy and provides leadership regarding alcohol and other drug risk management at U-M.  They analyze program effectiveness, review consistency of enforcement and discuss the implementation of an evidence-based prevention plan. See details at Laws and Policies related to Alcohol and Other Drugs.

Tobacco-free Campus: U-M is a tobacco-free campus. Our community partners work with us to address the harmful use of alcohol and other drugs, share resources and provide support to those in recovery.