Alcohol is a characteristic feature of a students’ community. As soon as teenagers start living independently in dormitories and set their own rules on life, they are excited to attend all parties without being told off for coming home late in the night. And of course, nobody will accuse youngsters of drinking too much alcohol far away from home.
Feeling free from their parents’ tight grip, teenagers often risk to end up in binge drinking. Most campuses ban the consumption of alcohol in the dormitories; they try to monitor and punish individuals who bring alcohol to their rooms. Perhaps, campuses shall go ahead with this policy as binge drinkers frequently cannot control themselves.
Taking into account the fact that alcohol is the main cause for intoxication, injuries, car accidents, and even suicides, drinking on campus is quite dangerous for students of all ages. Even most diligent and careful students may lose control having drunk more than they should which inevitably leads to undesirable consequences and stressful college experience.
In most states, students can legally buy many sorts of alcohol at the age of 18 which is the age when most of them start experiencing excessive drinking. Healthcare specialists warn that teenage alcoholism is likely to transfer into further addiction, and that is true. But more commonly young people give up on alcohol as soon as they come out of their “most adventurous” age and mature. Alcohol is a certain stage in almost every teenager’s life which shall be successfully overcome. Teenagers always find their place to drink alcohol even if it is forbidden on campus, but it is important that colleges remind that they do not tolerate students’ alcoholism irrespective of their age.