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The quality of an institution’s prevention strategy, which is strongly influenced by funding and staffing, is predictive of their retention and graduation rates. Modest increases in prevention resources can contribute to improvements in student persistence that generate tuition revenue returns far exceeding institutional investments.

Campus leaders must empower their prevention teams with the resources they need to engage in comprehensive, evidence-based strategies, and encourage them to collect robust climate and impact data that includes metrics related to student success and institutional outcomes.

This resource provides alcohol and sexual assault prevention funding and staffing benchmarks for business officers and student affairs leaders at small, medium, and large institutions.

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