Every few years, Loyola University Chicago's Wellness Center administers the American College Health Association National College Health Assessment (ACHA-NCHA) to a random sample of Loyola undergraduate and graduate students to learn about their attitudes, perceptions and behaviors concerning alcohol and other drugs. Participation in the surveys is voluntary and anonymous. Survey results indicate that most students at Loyola drink alcohol in moderation or not at all; however many students report consuming alcohol in ways that put them and others at greater risk for alcohol-related harm. The most recent survey results* are presented here.
*the ACHA-NCHA was conducted at LUC in spring 2016. Random samples of undergraduate and graduate students was pulled. There was a 21% response rate. For additional information on the ACHA-NCHA at Loyola, please contact the Wellness Center