College Prescription Drug Study
The College Prescription Drug Study (CPDS) is a multi-institutional survey of undergraduate, graduate and professional students. The CPDS examines the non-medical use of prescription drugs, including the reasons for and consequences of use, access to prescription drugs and perceptions of use among students.
The purpose of the CPDS is to gain a more thorough understanding of the non-medical use of prescription drugs among college students.
The CPDS was developed and administered by the Center for the Study of Student Life, in collaboration with the Student Life Student Wellness Center and College of Pharmacy.
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Information for Participating Institutions
Results and Research Reports
- 2022 Key Findings Report
- 2022 Descriptive Report
- 2022 Research Brief - Differences by Academic Variables
- 2022 Research Brief - Differences by Demographic Variables
- 2022 Research Brief - Sorority and Fraternity Life
- 2022 Research Brief - Sorority and Fraternity Life Further Investigations
- 2018 Key Findings Report
- 2018 Descriptive Report
- 2018 Research Brief - Stimulant Misuse
- 2018 Research Brief - Class Rank
- 2018 Research Brief - Sorority and Fraternity Life Further Investigations
- 2018 Research Brief - Sorority and Fraternity Life
- 2018 Research Brief - Pain Medication Misuse
- 2018 Research Brief - First Generation Students and Non-Medical Prescription Drug Use
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