Faculty and Staff Alcohol and Other Drug Survey
The purpose of the Faculty and Staff Alcohol and Other Drug Survey is to assess faculty and staff perceptions of alcohol and other drug use and problems on the NDSU campus, awareness of policy and policy enforcement, support for programming efforts to combat alcohol and other drug problems, awareness of university assessment efforts, and faculty and staff’s perceived ability to identify students who are experiencing a problem and refer them for help. Nine questions from the CORE Institute’s Faculty and Staff Environmental Alcohol and Other Drug Survey were used in order to provide comparison data with the 2008 survey.
The results of the Faculty and Staff Alcohol and Other Drug Survey are used to guide the efforts of the NDSU President's Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs.
2011 Faculty & Staff Alcohol and Other Drug Survey Summary
Major findings for faculty/staff include:
- Vast majority of NDSU faculty and staff are aware of an NDSU AOD policy (98%) and believe NDSU is concerned about prevention (94.8%)
- Large increase in the number of faculty and staff aware of AOD training programs at NDSU (69.5%, up from 34.7% in 2008)
- Slight decrease in faculty and staff who know how to refer a student or colleague with AOD problems (68.3%, down from 69.1%)
- Slight decrease in faculty and staff who wish to be involved in AOD prevention efforts (36%, down from 38.4%
- Overall, 41.6% of faculty and staff would like to learn more about incorporating AOD prevention messages into their interactions with students
For additional results, download the complete 2011 Faculty and Staff Alcohol and Other Drug Survey Summary