Whether you’ll be floating down the Ichetucknee, cruising in the Caribbean or simply lying on your couch with your feet up, Santa Fe wants you to stay safe this spring break.
This year’s safe spring break event, “Road Trip to a Safe Spring Break,” is held in the Oak Grove from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 4.
The Santa Fe and Gainesville Police Departments will be at the event with a DUI simulator where students can walk a line and acquire important information about driving under the influence.
Student Life is providing free pizza and drinks for students who write their pledge to stay safe this spring break.
Lara Zwilling, SF counselor and event coordinator, emphasizes keeping students informed.
“We know that alcohol is certainly a big influence and it’s very prevalent on college campuses and we just want students to be aware and to be safe,” Zwilling says.
The Counseling Center, Student Life and the Santa Fe Police Department want you to be self aware and aware or your surroundings this break, so come out, have fun and learn more about alcohol awareness.