Skip Navigation
College Drinking Prevention - Changing the Culture

Stats & Summaries NIAAA College Materials Supporting Research Other Alcohol Information NewSpecial Features
College Presidents College Parents College Students H.S. Administrators H.S. Parents & Students
NIAAA College Materials

What Colleges Need to Know Now: An Update on College Drinking Research

A Call to Action: Changing the Culture of Drinking at U.S. Colleges

Panel Reports

College Drinking Statistical Papers

College Fact Sheet for Parents

Brochures

Reducing Alcohol Problems on Campus: A Guide to Planning and Evaluation

Whole College Catalog

Prevention Curriculum

NIAAA Alcohol Alert

Tips For Cutting Down on Drinking

Alcohol Alert #68 Young Adult Drinking

 
Helpful Tools

In the News

Join Our Listserv

Links

Order Publications

Link to Us

E-mail this Page

Print this Page


High-Risk Drinking in College: What We Know and What We Need To Learn

Figures

Figure 1. Prevalence of annual, 30-day, and heavy alcohol use among college students

Figure 1. Prevalence of Annual, Thirty-Day, and Binge Alcohol Use Among College Students
[D]

 

Figure 2. Trends in annual, 30-day, heavy, and daily alcohol use among college students, 1980–1999

Figure 2. Trends in Annual, Thirty-Day, Binge, and Daily Alcohol Use Among College Students, 1980-1999
[D]

 

Figure 3. Prevalence of annual, 30-day, heavy, and daily alcohol use among college students and noncollege students

Figure 3. Prevalence of Annual, Thirty-Day, Binge, and Daily Alcohol Use Among College Students and Noncollege Students
[D]

 

Figure 4. Prevalence of heavy drinking among college students by gender

Figure 4. Prevalence of Binge Drinking by Gender
[D]

 

Figure 5. Prevalence of heavy drinking among college students by race/ethnicity

Figure 5. Prevalence of Binge Drinking AMong College Students by Race/Ethnicity
[D]

 

Figure 6. Prevalence of heavy drinking among college students by gender and race/ethnicity

Figure 6. Prevalence of Binge Drinking Among College Students by Gender and Race/Ethnnicity
[D]

 

Figure 7. Prevalence of current* use of marijuana, cocaine, cigarettes, and alcohol among college students

Figure 7. Prevalence of Current Use of Marijuana, Cocaine, Cigretes, and Alcohol Among College Students
[D]

 

Figure 8. Change in heavy drinking from high school senior year to post high school by college student status (MTF, 1997–1999 combined)

Figure 8. Change in Binge Drinking from High School Senior Year to Post High School by College Student Status
[D]

 

Back to Table of Contents

 

Historical document
Last reviewed: 9/23/2005


Home
About Us
Awards
Site Map
FAQ
Accessibility
Plug-Ins
Privacy Policy
Contact Us
Web site Policies
Disclaimer

NIAAA logo HHS logo USA dot gov logo