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Violence & Substance Abuse Prevention

Administration Building 102
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4044





Campus Alcohol Board

Campus Alcohol Board

The Mission of the board is to oversee the development and implementation of a comprehensive strategy to reduce high risk alcohol use by UCM students.

Team Members:

    • Corey Bowman – Assistant Vice Provost of Student Experience & Engagement/Chief Judicial Officer
    • Amy Kiger – Director of Office of Violence and Substance Abuse Prevention
    • Kim Vansell – Director of Department of Public Safety
    • Alan Nordyke - Director of Housing and Greek Life
    • Beth Rutt – Director, Student Activities & the Student Recreation & Wellness Center
    • Jenny Rabas – Prevention Specialist, Violence & Substance Abuse Prevention
    • Kathy Anderson – Assoc Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
    • Rick Sluder – Vice Provost, Enrollment Management
    • Jenne Vanderbout – Assistant VP, Resources Development
    • Kirsti Brunsvold – Assistant Director of Meeting & Conference Services
    • Rhonda Neill – Program Assistant, Violence & Substance Abuse Prevention
    • Ashley Guyer –Research Specialist, Institutional Effectiveness & Assessment
    • GAMMA Student Representative
    • SGA Student Representative

**Updates: May 24, 2010-- University of Central Missouri:
Board of Governors Policy 1.2.130
Alcohol Sale, Service, Possession and Consumption Guidelines

This form is to be used by UCM departments to develop and annually review alcohol procedures, as required by Board of Governors Policy 1.2.130.
Alcohol Procedures Review Form

The Campus Strategic Plan is a working document that is the cumulative effort of Central Missouri’s Campus Alcohol Board (CAB) and the Warrensburg Area Partners in Prevention (WAPIP).  The Strategic Plan is updated annually by utilizing the Missouri College Health Behavior Survey (MCHBS) to identify the key problem areas that need to be addressed. The MCHBS is administered every Spring to a random sample of UCM students.