Family Handbook for Talking to College Students About Alcohol
Parents and families are an important part of the college journey. You will offer support, encouragement, and guidance throughout your student’s time at the University of Kentucky.
Alcohol and drug use can have a significant negative impact on a college student’s life and on the campus community. Research has shown that parents and families can play an important role in influencing this behavior. We have put together a resource guide to help you, as a parent or family member, in understanding alcohol and drugs on college campuses and having this conversation with your student.
Thank you for your interest in the University of Kentucky’s Family Handbook for Talking to College Students about Alcohol. The guide has been made available by the UK Parent and Family Association and the Office of Student Wellness. For more information, contact email@example.com.
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The UK Parent and Family Association welcomes, educates, and connects parents and family members of UK undergraduate students with the goal of supporting successful student transition, retention, and persistence to graduation. All parents and family members of UK undergraduate students are eligible to join, and membership is free by completing the form at www.uky.edu/joinukpfa. Please contact the Parent and Family Association at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about your student’s UK experience.