Missouri S&T Prevention Coalition

Prevention Coalition is a network of campus and community partners who utilize S&T specific data to guide wellness initiatives. These initiatives encourage positive choices among students and reduce the impact of high-risk behavior associated with alcohol and other drugs. We collaborate closely with Partners in Prevention (PIP) and twenty other Missouri universities to guide and improve Student Well-Being programming.

Prevention Coalition builds awareness and encourages action by providing knowledge and resources to foster responsible and educated choices.  

Prevention Coalition 2020-2021 Strategic Plan focuses on three priority areas of concern as identified by data from the Missouri Assessment of College Health Behavior Summary (MACHB). For an overview of the data, follow this link S&T MACHB 2020 Data Brief.

**December 2022 Update: As the state of Missouri recently legalized recreational marijuana for those 21 and older, we wanted to remind our campus community that due to federal regulations, any use, possession, distribution, or manufacture of marijuana remains prohibited on the campus or at any university-sponsored or university-supervised event. Our campus remains in compliance with the federal Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act. For more information, read the UMSystem press release here.