The Maryland Collaborative seeks to reduce excessive college drinking and resulting social and economic costs by raising awareness of college student drinking as a statewide public health problem and by helping college communities implement effective policies and practices to reduce the problem.
Managing a Bar: How to Increase Profits & Decrease Liability
In this free online Maryland-certified training series, bar owners and managers will learn valuable tips to increase profits, reduce liability, and improve customer care.
Alcohol Action Minutes Series
In these videos, our campuses share their success implementing effective strategies on and off campus. Read more.
Cannabis Fact Sheet: Let’s Talk About Cannabis
This fact sheet provides definitions of terminology such as cannabis, marijuana, THC, and CBD.
Campus Council Peer Exchange Highlights: Engaging Other Campus Community Members in ATOD Work
Lauresa Wigfall from the UMES ATOD Center shared lessons she had learned from building relationships in the campus community.
Campus Council Peer Exchange Highlights: The Color of Drinking
Reonda Washington, Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, shared her research on the drinking culture at UWM and its impact on students of color.
About The Maryland Collaborative
Established 2012 | 18 Member Colleges and Universities
The Maryland Collaborative is a network of Maryland colleges and universities working together with community partners to reduce excessive alcohol use in their campus communities. Using data-driven approaches, the Collaborative engages partners to create environments, policies and practices that help our students make healthy decisions, succeed in college and become productive members of their respective communities. … Read More