CSULB joined RADD's California College DUI Awareness Project in the summer of 2014 to encourage students to utilize designated drivers or alternative transportation, including taxicabs and public transit. each time they go out. RADD's goal is to reduce deaths and injuries through education, and reward people for making the responsible choice to not drink and drive. The student-run RADD peer education groups, called RADD Crew can be seen on campus serving as the primary power source for the promotion of the campaign while distributing safe driving information.
The ATOD Program works in collaboration with campus and outside community organizations as well as local law enforcement agencies to educate students about being safe during Spring Break. The event focuses on responsible drinking, using a designated driver, alcohol poisoning, and alternative ways to spend Spring Break.
In collaboration with CSULB Program Council, the ATOD Program participates in the annual Smorgasport. This event is a kickoff to the Fall semester and open to all CSULB students. The event offers food, games, and an opportunity to see the different campus organizations. The ATOD Program in collaboration with the Forty-Niner Shops, provides mocktails to students.
Halloween is a popular time for students to celebrate. This event, along with other campus organizations and community agencies, educate and bring awareness to safe and responsible drinking to all CSULB students.