Heavy use of alcohol by students impacts the quality of drinkers’ lives (lower grades, sleep disruption, injury). It disrupts roommates and fellow students. It leads to security concerns and property damage on campuses. It extends into communities adjacent to campuses where noise and inappropriate behavior by drunken students negatively effect the quality of life of non student residents.

Alcohol Anonymous. Interested in joining an A A group on campus? All are welcome. Come as you are for a group led open meeting. We meet on Mondays at 3:00 p.m. in the Student Life Conference Room 133.

Alcohol Overdose: MAKE THE CALL 9-1-1!

Signs of Alcohol Overdose

  • Appears unconscious
  • Won’t wake up
  • Cold, clammy, pale or bluish skin
  • Slow or irregular breathing
  • Vomiting while sleeping or passed out

What to do

  • Turn the person on their side
  • Dial 9-1-1 to get medical help
  • Stay with the person

Get Help: Recovery Services

Alcoholics Anonymous at Lake Superior College

Mondays at 3:00 p.m. in Student Life Conference Room M133

Detox and Chemical Dependency Assessments

Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment:  (218) 728-1533

Off-Campus Al-Anon and Alateen meetings

Times and Locations: (218) 624-2764

Other Alcohol and Drug Online Resources

Alcohol Self Assessments:

Additional alcohol and drug resources:

Narcotics Anonymous

Gambling Addiction Resources