Alcohol & Other Drugs
The mission of the organization shall be to educate students, faculty and the greater community as a whole on healthy and responsible decision making in regards to alcohol and other drug consumption, to create and support alternatives to alcohol and other drug use on and off campus and to promote positive behavior changes.
In accordance with Western Illinois University's values, WIU B.A.C. Squad will provide students with an opportunity to gain knowledge on topics such as alcohol and other drug use and its impact on self, family and friends and the greater community. Peer educators will also learn imperative leadership skills such as active listening, presentation skills and referral skills. WIU B.A.C. Squad will provide students with an opportunity to grow personally through promoting and engaging in healthy behaviors specific to alcohol and other drug use. Peer educators will follow the value of social responsibility through co-facilitating and facilitating presentations to residence halls, Greek houses and other University programs. Peer leaders will promote safe alcohol and other drug choices through events sponsored by the Alcohol and Other Drug Resource Center and Beu Health Center.
Please review the Peer Educator Membership Agreement prior to completing the application to determine if you are able to meet the requirements.
Completed application forms can be delivered by email or mail to:
- AOD Resource Center
- Attn: Kaycee Peterman, Prevention Coordinator
- 208 Seal Hall
- Macomb, IL 61455
Applications are due by November 15, 2014.
Alcohol & Other Drugs Resource Center
Seal Hall 208
1 University Circle
Macomb, IL 61455
Phone: (309) 298-2457
Hours: 8:00am - 4:00pm M - F