Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The EAP is a program for employees who need help solving personal or work-related problems. The University offers an Employee Assistance Program for employees going through recurring annoyances to life changing crises, the difficulties that affect our personal lives every now and then. Please check out the link below for more information about the Employee Assistance Program.
Alcohol & Drug Policies
The policies of this university are based on a concern for the welfare of all members of the University community and is in keeping with the laws of the State of South Carolina. As members of the University community; students, faculty, and staff are expected to comply with and abide by the policies and guidelines as enforced by the university. All activities conducted shall be in accordance with the spirit of the policies and guidelines as stated in the policies, as well as the laws of the State of South Carolina. A copy of S. C. laws regarding the sale and consumption of beer, wine, and distilled spirits is available on the Substance Abuse Prevention and Education Programs website.
Responsible Beverage Service of Alcohol
Responsible Hospitality (RH)-also called Responsible Beverage Service (RBS)-encompasses a variety of strategies for reducing risks associated with the sale and service of alcoholic beverages.
A list of activities and ideas to promote discussion and understanding on the issues of alcohol and drug use has been developed for faculty and staff to use in their interactions with students and other groups on campus. A Guide to the Educational Activities has been made to give a few simple ideas about how to talk about these issues, as well as outlining activities that can be used to educate people on these topics.
We suggest that you look at the guide first and then move on to the specific activities that are also linked below to get a more detailed understanding of the activity.
Guide to Educational Activities
Social Barometer Activity
Death by Alcohol: The Sam Spady Story
Drinking Your Dollars
Fact of Crap: True or False
Hope that Beer was Tasty
8 Tips to Prevent You From Getting Too Tipsy handout