ICAN Member Schools
Indiana Tech (Ft. Wayne)
Indiana University-Bloomington (Bloomington)
Indiana University-East (Richmond)
Indiana University-Northwest (Gary)
Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne (Ft Wayne)
Indiana University-Southeast (New Albany)
Indiana Wesleyan University (Marion)
Ivy Tech College-Columbus (Columbus)
Ivy Tech State College- North Central (South Bend)
Ivy Tech State College-Central Indiana (Indianapolis)
Ivy Tech State College-East Central (Muncie)
Ivy Tech State College-Kokomo (Kokomo)
Ivy Tech State College-Lafayette (Lafayette)
Ivy Tech State College-Northeast (Ft Wayne)
Ivy Tech State College-Northwest (Gary)
Ivy Tech State College-South Central (Sellersburg)
Ivy Tech State College-Southeast (Madison)
ICAN is a statewide coalition of colleges and universities in Indiana working to address high risk activities among college students.
Ivy Tech State College-Southwest (Evansville)
Ivy Tech State College-Wabash Valley (Terre Haute)
Ivy Tech State College-Whitewater (Richmond)
Manchester University (North Manchester)
Marian University (Indianapolis)
Oakland City University(Oakland City)
Purdue University-Calumet Campus (Hammond)
Purdue University-Main Campus (West Lafayette)
Purdue University-North Central Campus (Westville)
Saint Joseph's College (Rensselaer)
Saint Mary-of-The-Woods College (St Mary-Of-The-Woods)
Saint Mary's College (Notre Dame)
Trine University (Angola)
University of Evansville (Evansville)
University of Indianapolis (Indianapolis)
University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame)
University of Saint Francis (Ft Wayne)
University of Southern Indiana (Evansville)
Valparaiso University (Valparaiso)
Vincennes University (Vincennes)
Wabash College (Crawfordsville)
Wilson College (Indianapolis)
2017-2018 Mini-Grant Awardees
The Indiana Collegiate Action Network is pleased to announce the 2017-2018 mini grant award recipients! We look forward to working with these campuses as they improve the lives and health of students!
2017-2018 ICAN Mini Grants
Supporting Health Choices
Goal of the “Supporting Healthy Choices among Trine University students” project is to collaborate with different departments within the Trine University community to address, reduce, and prevent high risk drinking among Trine University students. In addition, this proposed project will increase students’ awareness of the risks associated with heavy alcohol use, change misperceptions, and increase the number of students making better choices regarding their alcohol and/or other drug use.
Oakland City University Identifying the Signs of Student Drug Abuse
To intensify Oakland City University’s focus and identify the signs of student drug abuse the campus task force will incorporate a Multi-Component Education Focused Program (MCEFP) to promote alcohol and drug abuse awareness. This year’s grant will primarily focus on the negative effects of prescription and illegal drugs greatly affecting the geographic region of Southwestern Indiana.
Purdue University Purdue Parties Smart
Prevention project involves the socio-ecological model to foster behavior change including individual strategies to change knowledge, attitude and behavior and institutional strategies such as providing information for faculty/staff/administrators to incorporate into their interactions with students.
Manchester University Alcohol Free Programming & Education
Goal of this initiative is to reduce the overall reported use of substances and minimize potential consequences of such use through ongoing late-night, substance-free programming and education. The success of this initiative will be evaluated by the number of students attending the events and demonstrating a decrease in the reported use of substances on the 2018 ICSUS.
Allen County Drug Abuse Coalition Peer Educator Campus & Community Coalition
Building collaboration within and between campuses, attracting and retaining members, engaging student leadership, and using strong coalition models requires continual time, effort and support to implement the strategic prevention framework embedded in the NIAAA College AIM Matrix and environmental approaches.
Valparaiso University Capacity Building & Program Expansion
Goal of the project is to work to increase direct referrals that are not sanction based to the office of Alcohol and Drug Education and provide additional resource information to students, faculty and staff. Two main areas of campus life have been identified and high priority targets: Faculty / Staff and students in leadership and helping roles.