Administration of the 360 Proof program has changed, the 360proof.org site will remain available to all Campus prevention professionals, administrators, and secondary audiences. NCAA members are encouraged to access the PFI through apps.ncaa.org

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Reducing high-risk student alcohol use one campus, one student, one digit at a time.

Reducing high-risk student alcohol use one campus, one student, one digit at a time.

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WHAT IS 360 PROOF

360 Proof, a comprehensive evidence-based program was created to help universities reduce the consequences of high-risk alcohol use and enhance collaboration between campus prevention professionals, administrators, faculty, and students.

Built on solid research data and real-world results, 360 Proof combines effective tools, strategies and ongoing expert guidance to help students make better decisions about their alcohol use.

360 Proof Features

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    Personalized Feedback Index (PFI)

    A candid online instrument designed for students to consider the personal impact of alcohol use and the strategies to reduce alcohol-related harms.

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    NIAAA Recommended Strategies

    An expert resource to facilitate the selection of evidence-based strategies most appropriate for your campus.

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    Campus Self Study

    An instrument to take stock of existing prevention efforts and what campus alcohol information is or could be collected.

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    Ongoing Expert Guidance

    Get one-on-one, expert help whenever you need it. Troubleshoot and exchange best practices with both 360 Proof experts and your peers at participating campuses.

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    Support Tools & Materials

    In-depth training and promotional materials to help advance the 360 Proof program. Also, one-on-one guidance throughout the year and the opportunity for face-to-face consultations at select NCAA and NASPA events.

WHAT'S YOUR RISK?

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EVIDENCE-BASED TOOLS

While each evidence-based tool can be implemented separately, the following elements of the 360 Proof program have been designed to work together to maximize the program’s effectiveness.

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  • CAMPUS SELF STUDY

  • NIAAA RECOMMENDED STRATEGIES

  • PERSONALIZED FEEDBACK INDEX

  • Review and Enhance Your Prevention Strategies

    Creating a healthy campus starts with having a clear picture of the current campus environment. Your Campus Self Study will help you assess specific alcohol issues, behavioral trends, successes and gaps in your current prevention efforts.

    The tool includes two parts:

    • Part 1 is a checklist of key information that every campus can collect to inform policy development and enforcement, education, prevention and intervention efforts.
    • Part 2 is an inventory of existing prevention activities. Its purpose is to identify gaps and enhance collaboration across campus.
    Campus Self Study
  • Align Strategies to Maximize Success

    The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) has been instrumental in compiling research evidence for college alcohol prevention, targeting both individual students and your campus environment.

    Learn which strategies have research evidence supporting their effectiveness and choose the ones that are right for your campus.

    Access CollegeAIM by clicking HERE.

    Maximize Success
  • The PFI Approach Works

    The Personalized Feedback Index (PFI) is a confidential tool, accessible from any web-enabled device, that allows students to uncover and examine the impact and consequences of their alcohol-related behavior. It also offers practical strategies for reducing the negative consequences of high-risk alcohol use.

    Studies show the PFI can have a significant effect on students’ alcohol use, reducing:

    • The total number of drinks consumed per week.
    • Frequency of alcohol use after one month.
    • Frequency of drinking after one year.

    Students who take the PFI are more likely to use protective strategies such as alternating alcoholic with non-alcoholic drinks or remaining abstinent after one year.

    Maximize Success
  • CAMPUS SELF STUDY

  • Review and Enhance Your Prevention Strategies

    Creating a healthy campus starts with having a clear picture of the current campus environment. Your Campus Self Study will help you assess specific alcohol issues, behavioral trends, successes and gaps in your current prevention efforts.

    The tool includes two parts:

    • Part 1 is a checklist of key information that every campus can collect to inform policy development and enforcement, education, prevention and intervention efforts.
    • Part 2 is an inventory of existing prevention activities. Its purpose is to identify gaps and enhance collaboration across campus.
  • NIAAA RECOMMENDED STRATEGIES

  • Align Strategies to Maximize Success

    The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) has been instrumental in compiling research evidence for college alcohol prevention, targeting both individual students and your campus environment.

    Learn which strategies have research evidence supporting their effectiveness and choose the ones that are right for your campus.

    Access CollegeAIM by clicking HERE.

  • PERSONALIZED FEEDBACK INDEX

  • The PFI Approach Works

    The Personalized Feedback Index (PFI) is a confidential tool, accessible from any web-enabled device, that allows students to uncover and examine the impact and consequences of their alcohol-related behavior. It also offers practical strategies for reducing the negative consequences of high-risk alcohol use.

    Studies show the PFI can have a significant effect on students’ alcohol use, reducing:

    • The total number of drinks consumed per week.
    • Frequency of alcohol use after one month.
    • Frequency of drinking after one year.

    Students who take the PFI are more likely to use protective strategies such as alternating alcoholic with non-alcoholic drinks or remaining abstinent after one year.

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