The Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery is commited to achieving six primary goals:
Creation of a Collegiate Recovery Community that encourages quality long-term addictive disorder recovery.
Development of resiliency in recovering students.
Provision of a quality education, including the area of the disease of addiction and the hope of recovery.
Service within the university, local, state, and national communities.
Continuing to be a model for other colleges and universities to follow in order to create similar programs.
Researching recovery trends that provide hope from an individual, familial, and social perspective.
The Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery is committed to undergraduate and graduate education. Students at the Center will be encouraged to pursue an academic course of study that best meets their professional goals...read more
The CSAR provides a place that allows recovering students to extend their participation in a continuing care program, without having to postpone or eliminate the possibility of achieving their educational goals...read more
The Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery is interested in beginning to collaborate with other institutions of higher education across the country in order to implement recovery communities on other campuses...read more
The success of the CSAR's efforts in replicating the Collegiate Recovery Community program across the country has presented an important opportunity. read more