Radford University’s Substance Abuse and Violence Education Support Services (SAVES) is dedicated to reducing negative consequences related to substance abuse and/or violence through campus wide initiatives that address these issues and promote student success.
As part of our comprehensive community program, Radford University asks all incoming students to complete the following online courses: AlcoholEDU for College and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates.
New incoming students are encouraged to begin checking their Radford University email accounts at the beginning of August for more detailed information on completing these courses prior to their arrival to campus.
Radford University is committed to raising sexual violence awareness of students, staff, and faculty; to maintaining a safe campus environment; to providing aggressive law enforcement; and to offering prompt and compassionate support services for victims of sexual violence. Learn more about Radford University's committment to raising awareness of sexual violence.
SAVES has compiled information for students interested in learning more about various substance abuse issues and the signs and symptoms of a chemical dependency. View SAVES's information on substance abuse signs and symptoms.