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The Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) Advisory Committee was established in 2001 to insure that campuses develop comprehensive alcohol policies and programs that are consistent with the campus mission, have a commitment to holding individuals and student organizations accountable for their behavior and a commitment to offering effective education programs which are regularly assessed. The committee meets every other month during the academic year. The membership of the committee includes: the Assistant Vice President for Student Services, Health Educators from the Student Health Center, faculty and leadership from Housing & Residential Life, Student Conduct & Ethical Development, Office of Student Engagement, Orientation & First Year Experience, Counseling & Psychological Services (counselor and victim advocate). The Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Advisory Council-Policies Subcommittee reviews relevant campus policies and makes recommendations to the ATOD Advisory Committee on an as needed basis. The Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Advisory Council-Programs Subcommittee reviews and recommends alcohol, tobacco and other drugs education programs to the ATOD Advisory Council on an as needed basis.