Editor’s note: The archived Bulletin Today story below is dated Oct. 27, 2005. AA meetings are no longer held on campus. See resources for 2009-10 students at Students in Recovery.
With the support of the Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco Advisory Council (ADTAC) and the President’s Cabinet, UST now will provide both AA and Al-Anon meetings on campus each week.
The Open Al-Anon meeting will be held at noon Wednesday in Room 160, Murray-Herrick Campus Center. This one-hour meeting is open to everyone who finds that someone else’s use of alcohol or drugs is causing a concern in their lives. Many have found peace and happiness through Al-Anon, whether the alcoholic or drug user still is using or not. Feel free to bring your lunch. Literature is available and a donation basket will be passed, but there are no required fees or dues.
For more information about these Al-Anon meetings or Al-Anon, contact Barbara, (952) 891-3897.
Open AA meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Fridays in Room 160, Murray-Herrick Campus Center. These one-hour meetings are open to everyone who finds themselves struggling with their alcohol use. This meeting is also appropriate for those concerned with their drug use. Because these are open meetings, everyone is welcome. Confidentiality is a cornerstone of AA. If you are an “old-timer” and want to give your support, or new to recovery, please come to the meetings. Literature is available and a donation basket will be passed, but there are no required fees or dues.
For more information about this AA meeting or AA, contact Steve, (952) 891-3897.