“The goal for the weekend was to create awareness about the dangers of impaired driving, empower the students with ideas and resources to combat this issue, and have the students take that knowledge back to their campuses,” said Russell Henk, Director of the U in the Driver Seat program.
The U.S. Department of State has issued Top 5 Travel Tips for Spring Break in an effort to offer guidance to students traveling over seas. Some highlights include:
Avoiding excessive alcohol consumption or “overdoing it” which can put yo...
Applications are closed! The U in the Driver Seat program is currently in the process of establishing a Collegiate Advisory Board (CAB) consisting of college students from active U in the Driver Seat program campuses. CAB members will be selected in the Spring of 2014 to serve one full year. College students who will be attending a UDS program school during the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters are encourage to apply for the CAB.
U in the Driver Seat seeks to give college students the tools and information in order to help them educate one another about the dangers of driving which often including driving under the influence. Each program is unique to the college it is located at. Additionally, UDS does not follow any set curriculum allowing students the opportunity to personalize the program to their own distinct collegiate cultures and environments. Despite the diversity of our program our ultimate goal is the same – reduce the number of college students involved in car accidents.