University Health Service (UHS)
Health Promotion Office
Students Wanting Alcohol Responsibly Monitored
What is SWARM?
- SWARM is a program designed to help raise awareness on campus through the use of social norms and a bystander idea.
- SWARM encourages students and staff to make an intentional decision to intervene in a situation that has the potential to be risky, dangerous, unhealthy, or an emergency.
- To promote awareness on campus.
- To help students realize that they can drink safely!
- To educate others about policies and norms at UR.
- To stop dangerous situations before they get worse!
Need to set up SWARM training for your club or group?
SWARM trainings have been scheduled throughout the Fall 2015 semester. Check the schedule of training dates below. Pre-registration is required. E-mail Arlita Gleichman at email@example.com to register for SWARM training.
- Wednesday, Oct. 7 7-9pm
- Thursday, Oct. 8 4-6pm
- Monday, Oct. 12 6-8pm and 8-10pm
- Monday, Oct. 19 7-9pm
- Thursday, Oct. 22 4-6pm
- Monday, Oct. 26 7-9pm
- Friday, Oct. 30 3-5pm
- Monday, Nov. 2 7-9pm
- Wednesday, Nov. 4 6-8pm
- Friday, Nov. 13 3-5pm
- Monday, Nov. 16 6-8pm
- Thursday, Nov. 19 4-6pm
- Monday, Nov. 30 5-7pm and 7:30-9:30pm
Want more information?
Are you interested in becoming a SWARM trainer? Do you have questions about SWARM?
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