Owls Care strives to empower students to be healthy, responsible and successful. We believe in providing students with comprehensive information they can utilize to make safer decisions and minimize risks. This information can be useful for all students, regardless of personal substance-use, to be a caring owl and watch out for your friends. For more details about the services we offer students, click on the links and buttons below.
Data from the 2015 National College Health Assessment collected here at FAU has shown that most owls are healthier than you think.
An interactive web survey that allows you to enter information about your drinking patterns and receive feedback about your use of alcohol. The assessment takes about 10 minutes to complete, is self-guided, and requires no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator. Take the e-CHUG now.
Alcohol affects college students in many ways-whether or not they choose to drink. This presentation empowers students to make healthy decisions regarding alcohol. During this presentation, students will:
This presentation explores the social perceptions of substance use and, using iclickers polling devices, demonstrates that the majority of college students are making healthy decisions when it comes to alcohol, energy drinks, tobacco, and marijuana. This presentation is limited to 30 students and must be booked in our classroom due to the iclickers portion of the workshop. During this presentation, students will:
Ready to stop using tobacco? Our office offers free smoking cessation courses, which provide:
If you choose to drink alcohol, reduce your risks by monitoring your Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) with our free smartphone app for both iPhone and Android. To download, search for the “Watch Your BAC” app. For more information, visit watchyourbac.com.
FAU offers many evening and weekend activities for students interested in healthy alternatives to alcohol and other drugs. For more information on alcohol-free events, please click here.
an FAU student organization for students in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. The CRC provides a social support system for students to have a positive college experience while maintaining their recovery. For more information, visit: https://fau.collegiatelink.net/organization/crc.
An online education program helps students prepare for the unique challenges and responsibilities of college life. For more information on camus clarity, please click here to learn more.