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Indiana College Substance Use Survey
The Indiana College Substance Use Survey is conducted annually to measure behaviors, beliefs and consequences of substance use among Indiana college students. The survey is conducted by the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. Funding is provided by the Indiana Collegiate Action Network through a contract with the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction. ... Full Story »
Thirteen colleges participated in the 2010 survey, with over 6,000 students responding. Students were asked about their substance use and negative consequences they have experienced as a result. The survey asked students to estimate how much the typical student drinks, and what they think their peers feel about substance use. Underage students were asked how they obtain alcohol. Questions also assessed the prevalence of gambling behaviors and consequences among the college students.
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