TIPS Alcohol Education Workshop
The Counseling Center, in collaboration with Residence Life, offers the Training
for Intervention Procedures (TIPS) for University program to faculty, staff,
and students. This is a half-day, alcohol education training program
available to any interested members of the Holy Family University community.
Residence Life professionals (directors, assistant directors, and RAs) are mandated to attend the TIPS trainings scheduled prior to the start of each semester.
Students found in violation of Holy Family University’s alcohol policy (page 46) are mandated to attend this training in order to continue in their academic and/or athletic programs, and in some cases, to maintain their resident student status.
Other faculty, staff, and students may attend the TIPS for University training at their request. Dates for open-campus TIPS workshops are posted on the Counseling Center Workshops Web page. Pre-registration is required for attendance.
All workshop participants become TIPS certified for three years.
Please visit the TIPS site for a program overview and additional information regarding the benefits of this program for University members and the community as a whole.