CRC in the News

UCF has been leading the charge for creating a safe place for students in recovery to focus on earning their degree. Check out what has been said about our programs in the media.

CRC Awards 4 students with $250 Book Scholarship

Through these book scholarships, the CRC aims to directly support students in recovery and help them achieve their personal and academic potentials.

Faces Of Recovery: “There Is A Way Out”

College is one of the most popular times for people to experiment with alcohol, according to The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

Drinking 101: Debunking Myths, Some Do’s and Don’t’s for Your Health, and Resources for UCF Students

UCF researchers on alcohol abuse and risky behaviors share insights on safe drinking habits for students (and everyone, really).

Sober Truths

Tom Hall ’16PhD spent 15 years at UCF debunking stereotypes about alcohol and the college culture. New data proves he’s been right all along.

Sober Knights president talks substance abuse among college students, pathway to recovery

“You aren't as bad a person [as] you think you are, and you deserve a life worth living,” Lewis said. “Don’t let your addiction define you.”

End the Stigma

A UCF grad student's journey from addiction to recovery and helping others.

UCF Launches New Campaign for Recovery Services

UCF addiction recovery campaign features real students and promotes campus resources.

UCF 1st in State to Offer Neurofeedback Therapy to Aid Students’ Mental Health

The University of Central Florida recently became the first public university in the state to offer students neurofeedback therapy.

Campus Hosts Sober Tailgate for UCF vs. Stanford Game

As part of National Recovery Month, campus organizations are teaming up to host a sober tailgate ahead of Saturday’s UCF vs. Stanford football game.

School + Sobriety

A group on campus is making it easier for students going through recovery to balance sobriety with their studies and social life.