Help Drive Home the Message
Beginning this fall, the Statmobile is dropping off some truth about impaired driving habits. A recent campus survey found 2 of 3 UCCS students take action so they won’t drive impaired.
#SmartMoveUCCS is a four-year social norming campaign on impaired driving created to close perceptual gaps that often exist on a college campus. Click the image above to learn how social norms can create positive behavior change.
This campaign is funded through the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health by the state’s Persistent Drunk Driver Committee (PDD). For more information and resources on impaired driving, visit NoDUIColorado.org
While the average cost of a DUI in Colorado is $13,530 UCCS students know there are costly effects, like losing financial aid or scholarships. 3 out of 4 UCCS students take action to prevent impaired driving before drinking, including using alternative transportation. Click the image above to find a safe ride in Colorado Springs.