Alcohol Impact embeds social norms of responsible drinking on our campuses, changing attitudes towards alcohol, and building healthier, safer, more productive student communities.

Based on the successful behaviour change work of NUS' sustainability programme Green Impact, we're making a positive impact on a crucial student welfare issue. This isn't about getting students to stop drinking. It's about creating a more positive culture of responsible drinking.

For the huge number of students who don't drink alcohol, campus life isn't as inclusive as we'd like it to be. And with the habits formed as a student often sticking for a lifetime, reinforcing positive behaviours at this moment of change can have a lasting influence. Alcohol Impact helps to ensure that our institutions can provide productive places to live and work, by confronting the dangers associated with excessive drinking. 

Taking an institution-wide approach, we're making a huge impact on student welfare - shaping healthier lifestyles, safer campuses and stronger local communities.

We also develop bespoke training and workshop packages, facilitate consultations about your responsible alcohol consumption work, speak at events and conferences either as keynotes, guest lecturers or part of panel discussions. Get in touch here to discuss further. 


Getting involved

Sign ups are now open via the SOS-UK website.

To get updates about NUS Alcohol Impact and related opportunities contact the Alcohol Impact team