The #whoknew campaign is part of the effort to educate students about the norms on campus.
About the #whoknew campaign
Binghamton University has launched a new campaign to prevent and reduce alcohol and drug access. With the assistance of a five-year, $625,000 grant from the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) we have surveyed thousands of undergraduate students to learn more about student alcohol and other drug use. Via the #WhoKnew Social Norms Campaign we are now highlighting data some surprising findings.
The OASAS College Prevention Survey will be administered again in October and November of 2019 and you may have the chance to take it. Keep a lookout in your email for the survey link!
How to Get Involved:
What is the BCCC?
The Binghamton Campus and Community Coalition (BCCC) is a group made up of stakeholders from the Binghamton University campus, as well as individuals in the surrounding community including local leaders, police, business owners and more.
Learn more information about drinking safely, signs of alcohol poisoning, being a good bystander and resources available.
#whoknew campaign posters