Alcohol and Other Drug Program
The health and safety of Arcadia University community members is of the highest significance. Students must seek immediate medical attention for themselves or others when their health and/or safety are at risk. Students may be reluctant to seek assistance for themselves or someone else for fear of disciplinary action. Arcadia University seeks to remove barriers that prevent students from seeking the medical attention they may need with the Medical Amnesty Policy.
Arcadia University Alcohol and Other Drug Policy Violators
The counselor's goals are to help you assess your substance use, educate you about important concerns related to substance use, and (if indicated) support you with additional counseling about substance-related topics.
To begin the process, simply click on E-Chug or E-Toke link. Each assessment takes about 15-20 minutes to complete and will provide you with personalized feedback. Download and print out all of your feedback sections (this will be 14 or more pages) and submit them to Counseling Services prior to your session.
In addition, a free book on coping with family substance abuse while in college is available at Counseling Services. Pick up your copy today!
Recovery Group is open to all students who want to decrease their substance use. Contact Counseling Services at 215-572-2967 for more details about day, time, and location of meetings.
Click here for some facts about Children of Alcoholics (COAs).
Turning 21 or know someone who is?
Beginner's A.A. Meeting:
Mondays, 7 p.m.
Tuesdays, 12:30 p.m.
Contact: Jeremy Frank
and Other Drug
For an Emergency:
Dial Ext. 2999 or
Heinz Hall, Ground Floor
Alcohol and Other Drug
450 S. Easton Road
Glenside, PA 19038