Participate in Annual Survey
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2019-2020 Indiana College Substance Use Survey at no cost to you!
Don't miss this opportunity to collect important data on students' use of substances, reasons for and consequences of substance use, what students think their peers are doing, and more. You will receive a customized report of your campus results, comparing your results to the statewide data and analyzing the data by gender and age categories.
Data will be aggregated and individual campuses will not be identified in the state report. Only you will have access to your specific campus data. Surveys must be completed in Spring 2020, before your spring break.
The survey is funded by the Indiana Collegiate Action Network through a contract with the Indiana Family & Social Services Administration, and is coordinated by the Indiana Prevention Resource Center at Indiana University.
To participate in the survey, or for more information, please contact:
Indiana Prevention Resource Center
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REGISTER for ICAN ANNUAL MEETING, NOVEMBER 7th & 8TH
Please join us for the 2019 ICAN annual meeting which is a 2 DAY meeting this year, with breakouts and CEUs! Campuses and communities invited.
Agenda items include: a 10-year look back at the ICAN survey data trends and a look at 2019 data, students in recovery panel, vaping and e-cigarettes, mobile sports betting and the impact on college students, marijuana, a legislative panel and more!
Also new this year - we will have a limited number of scholarships available to assist with travel expenses. SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION HERE
Cost is only $25 for both days including meals and CEUs
REGISTER HERE FOR ANNUAL CONFERENCE
2019-2020 ICAN MINI-GRANTS AWARDED
ICAN awarded the 2019-2020 Mini-Grants to the following schools:
- DePauw University - Earlham College
- Indiana University - Manchester University
- Purdue University - Valparaiso University
ICAN is a statewide coalition of colleges and universities in Indiana working to address high risk activities among college students.