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Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs Program
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ATOD Outreach & Events

The ATOD Program conducts several events throughout the year. The purpose of these events is to highlight, bring awareness, and expose the importance of safe parties, responsible drinking, and drinking and driving, as well as providing resources to all CSULB students.


Shamrock n’ Roll

Because St. Patrick’s Day is a day of celebration throughout the city, the ATOD Program educates students on responsible drinking and safe choices. The ATOD Program works in collaboration with other campus organizations and local law enforcement agencies.


Safe Spring Break

The ATOD Program works in collaboration with campus and outside community organizations as well as local law enforcement agencies to educate students about being safe during Spring Break. The event focuses on responsible drinking, using a designated driver, alcohol poisoning, and alternative ways to spend Spring Break.



In collaboration with CSULB Program Council, the ATOD Program participates in the annual Smorgasport. This event is a kickoff to the Fall semester and open to all CSULB students. The event offers food, games, and an opportunity to see the different campus organizations. The ATOD Program in collaboration with the Forty-Niner Shops, provides mocktails to students.



Halloween is a popular time for students to celebrate. This event, along with other campus organizations and community agencies, educate and bring awareness to safe and responsible drinking to all CSULB students.