Brett Fortune ‘17

Brett Fortune ‘17

Major: Nursing
Hometown:Wooster, Ohio

I chose to major in nursing because it is a hands-on major that requires lifelong learning. Plus, the opportunity to make a huge impact in someone's life is exciting and meaningful.

Available Services

Individual Assessment & Counseling

Students wanting to know more about responsible drinking, smoking cessation, stopping drinking, or other drug and alcohol or wellness issues can come in for individual appointments.

Students in violation of the Mount Union Alcohol or Drug Policies are often judicially referred for counseling & education sessions.

Group Education Classes

The alcohol and drug education group is designed to help students gain insight and self awareness regarding the use of mood-altering substances.

Students are assessed and oriented before entering group. They must schedule a meeting with the Office of Alcohol, Drug & Wellness Education and will be given their start date for the group.

Small Group Programs

Floor programs, risk management programs and classroom presentations are available. Topics include responsible drinking, binge drinking, drugs and alcohol, alcohol and athletes, health and wellness issues and many more.

Campus Wide Programming

Fall Semester:

  • National 5-a-Day Week
  • National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
  • Great American Smoke-out
  • Tie One On for Safety (impaired driving prevention)
  • Pre-finals stress reduction

Spring Semester:

  • National Eating Disorder Awareness Week
  • Impaired Driving Prevention
  • Healthy Weight Week
  • Safe Spring Break planning
  • Pre-finals stress reduction
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