TIPS Training

TIPS for the University is a 3 hour program that helps students make sound choices when faced with difficult decisions about alcohol use. TIPS for the University builds on the concerns students feel for the safety of their peers. The non-judgmental approach helps students learn:

Decision-making skills that help students weigh the consequences of their actions and those of their peers, and moderate their behavior to avoid problems with alcohol.

Confidence to intervene to prevent alcohol-related incidents on campus such as property damage, injury, underage drinking and drunk driving.

Interpersonal skills that increase students' ability to intervene in difficult alcohol-related situations.

Respect and concern for others leading to a more positive campus environment.

Leadership qualities that help students influence their peers to avoid problem behaviors.


Please Note: Participants must be on time and stay the duration of the program in order to complete the certification exam.

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    Please contact Sam Waltemeyer or the GLOS Office If you have any questions, comments or concerns. Sam.Waltemeyer@Dartmouth.edu Greek Letter Organizations & Societies Collis Center, Room 215 603-646-0467