The CRC is part of a national effort to meet the needs of students in recovery in order to encourage students to thrive, promote academic performance, prevent relapse, build community, and encourage citizenship.

The CRC offers supports meetings, social events, fellowship, community, wellness opportunities, and other resources from both the university and surrounding communities to enhance students’ quality of life and facilitate the development of a healthy mind, body, and spirit. Through involvement and support in this continuum of care, students are empowered to remain in school, achieve at high levels, and sustain recovery.

Mission:  The Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) strives to offer support services to students who are in recovery or seeking recovery from substance use disorders.

Vision:  To transform our campus by empowering students to find recovery, achieve their potential, become community leaders, and thrive.

Collegiate Recovery Lounge Student Lounge

The CRC Student Lounge provides a space on campus where students of the CRC can come together to study, learn, and collaborate with their peers. The CRC Student Lounge is located on the 2nd Floor of The DeWeese Health Center, Room 211, 1500 Eastway Drive. 


Collegiate Recovery Community Contact:

Ashley Holt, M. Ed., LPCC-S, LICDC

Substance Use Specialist/ Collegiate Recovery Coordinator