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More than 30 colleges and universities, including Frostburg State University, met in Boston in late June to assess and renew NCHIP efforts.
Two years after Dartmouth led a collaborative effort of 32 colleges and universities to reduce the harms associated with high-risk drinking, the first group of schools participating in the collaborative – known as the National College Health Improvement Program (NCHIP) – met in Boston for a two-day summit. NCHIP’s success to date has generated interest from other colleges and universities that want to join the next phase of the collaborative alongside a core group of the original schools.