Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity


Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP)

The Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP) is unlike most alcohol programs, because it acknowledges that college students drink. Rather than try to impose abstinence, ASTP recognizes that any steps toward reduced risk are steps in the right direction. The goal of ASTP is to educate on alcohol-related behavior while increasing members' interest in critically examining their drinking patterns and eventually implementing the skills they learn. In doing so, members can minimize the potential negative consequences through prevention, reduced consumption or abstinence.

Trained facilitators deliver this two-and-a-half hour program to approximately 60 Pi Kappa Phi chapters each year.

For more information about bringing ASTP to your chapter, contact Director of Program Logistics Meghan Gibson at mgibson@pikapp.org.

By The Numbers:

2016 - 2017 Academic Year

Programs Completed: 58
Students Participating: 3,063

Fall 2003 - Spring 2016

Program Completed: 655
Students Participating: 26,862