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2020 College Risk Behaviors Study Report Released

​The Center for Drug and Health Studies has released its 2020 College Risk Behaviors Study (CRBS) report, produced in collaboration with Student Wellness & Health Promotion. The 2020 report includes analysis of survey data collected from 764 University of Delaware undergraduates. Topics covered in the report include alcohol consumption, other substance use, mental health, interpersonal violence, sexual assault, sexual health knowledge and practices, and demographic indicators such as LGBTQ and disability status. Key takeaways include that alcohol remains the most used substance among UD undergraduates, followed by marijuana; rates of vaping device use greatly exceeds those of just a few years ago; and that even in the earliest days of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous students reported mental health concerns, sexual victimization, and interpersonal victimization.


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The Center for Drug and Health Studies has released its 2020 College Risk Behaviors Study (CRBS) report, produced in collaboration with Student Wellness & Health Promotion.

The Center for Drug and Health Studies has released its 2020 College Risk Behaviors Study (CRBS) report, produced in collaboration with Student Wellness & Health Promotion.

8/25/2021
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  • Center for Drug & Health Studies
  • 257 E. Main Street Suite 110
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-6107
  • cdhs-research@udel.edu