WHO:  The New Mexico Higher Education Prevention Consortium, including Eastern New Mexico University, New Mexico State University, New Mexico Tech, San Juan College and the University of New Mexico, main campus and Valencia branch.

WHAT:  The Consortium will present the results from its recently completed 2013 New Mexico Student Lifestyle Survey. The results titled, “Breaking Good: Results from the 2013 New Mexico Statewide College Alcohol, Tobacco and Drug Survey,” paint a picture of college-aged students across New Mexico who are displaying a mature and responsible attitude when it comes to alcohol and substance abuse.

Key points of 2013 survey include: a decrease in binge drinking; a decrease in weekly alcohol consumption; and a decrease in risky behaviors associated with alcohol or drug consumption.

WHEN: Friday, Feb. 7 at 10 a.m.

WHERE: Grand Quivera Banquet Room at Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel located at 2910 Yale Blvd. SE, in Albuquerque. Light refreshments will be served.

MORE INFORMATION: Contact John Steiner, COSAP program manager, at (505) 277.2795 or email jstein@unm.edu.

MEDIA CONTACT: Steve Carr | scarr@unm.edu | 505.702-7720