SpiRITs is a 90-minute training program designed specifically for RIT students. The goal of this program is to raise self-awareness and understanding of the role alcohol plays in a university setting, the expectations RIT has regarding the responsible use of alcohol, and the ability for all students to impact the drinking patterns of those around them.
This program was developed by members of the Bader Alcohol Task Force, with funding from the Helen Bader Foundation, RIT Division of Student Affairs, and the NTID Student Life Team.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will receive a certificate indicating that they have been SpiRITs certified at RIT. It is recommended that students participate in this certification program yearly while at RIT.
Prerequisite for attendance at SpiRITs: Completion of an e-CHUG assessment prior to attending this training program.
- Introductions and Overview
- Alcohol Jeopardy
- SpiRITS Chatroom: Alcohol, and the “Power of One”
- The Wall that Alcohol Built
- Closing/Post test
For more information and to book SpiRITs for any student organization, team or group, please contact Dawn Soufleris at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (585) 475-5662.