Need more information regarding the K-State AlcoholEdu program?

Content questions:
Chaz Mailey
Director, AODES
785.532.6927

All other program questions:
Health Promotion
Lafene Health Center
785.532.6595
healthy@k-state.edu

Additional Resources

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Campus
Community
Internet

Campus

Alcohol and Other Drug Education Service

e-CHUG - Online Alcohol Use Self-Screening

Alcohol: Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Sex Under the Influence

Higher Education: Alcohol Poisoning (PDF)

Higher Education newsletters (listed by topic)

Counseling Services

University Life Cafe

Lafene Health Center

SafeRide

Student Legal Services

Office of Student Life

Student of Concern Referral

Wildcat Walk

Women's Center

Campus Alcohol Policies
Alcohol and Cereal Malt Beverage Policy

The legal drinking age in Kansas for alcoholic beverages is 21. The Kansas Board of Regents policy permits the service and consumption of alcoholic beverages under authorized and appropriately controlled conditions and regulations. Included in the K-State policy is information on alcohol and cereal malt beverage service and consumption in residence halls, at athletic events, and for student organizations.

Source: All University Regulations

Complete copies of this policy are available in the Office of Student Activities and Services in the K-State Student Union and the Office of Student Life in 102 Holton Hall. The most current version of this policy is available in the University Handbook. Information about this policy can also be found in the student life handbook section of the campus phone book.

See information about other policies.

OSAS "The Source" Student Handbook (PDF)

K-State Interfraternity Council Policies

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Community

Manhattan:

For emergency health care needs or when services are not available at Lafene Health Center, please contact the Emergency Room at
Mercy Regional Health Center,
1823 College Ave,
Manhattan, 785.776.3322.
Hospital charges will apply for any care received.

K+Stat Urgent Care,
930 Hayes Dr., Suite B,
Manhattan, 785.565.0016
(just east of the Wal-Mart Supercenter)
Hours:
Monday—Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday, 10 to 6 p.m.

Salina:

Salina Regional Health Center
400 S. Santa Fe
Salina, 785.452.7000

Comcare
520 S. Santa Fe
Salina, 785.823.7470

StatCare Minor Emergency Center
1001 S. Ohio St.
Salina, 785.827.6453


Internet

www.outsidetheclassroom.com/Upload/PDF/AlcoholFreeOptions.pdf

Kansas Department of Transportation - Impaired Driving

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

rethinkingdrinking.gov

www.collegedrinkingprevention.gov

Bacchus & Gamma Peer Education Network - Friends Drive Sober

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

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Emergency -
call 911

Poison Control Center Hotline -
1-800-222-1222

K-State: Manhattan campus - Emergency Guide

K-State: Salina campus - Emergency Guide

Follow-up health care resources for K-State students [pdf]

Disclaimer: Users of any Lafene Health Center web site acknowledge their role and responsibility in seeking health care. Health information is provided on this website as a reference, and is not intended to replace a visit to your doctor or other health care provider. Lafene Health Center is not responsible for information on websites other than our own. The mention of a particular product or service does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement unless indicated. K-State students, for health care, see your Lafene healthcare provider. Medical care is not provided using e-mail.