Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs

DAAPP Biennial Review

The Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs Advisory Council (ATODAC) coordinates Cal Poly Pomona’s DAAPP Program Review process on behalf of the University.   

On a biennial basis, Cal Poly Pomona conducts an internal review of its alcohol and other drug program with the following objectives:  

  • Determine the program’s effectiveness and implement changes to the program if needed. 
  • Determine the consistency of sanction enforcement.
  • Identify program strengths and areas for improvement.
  • Make recommendations for future program efforts. 

 The ATODAC sub-committee, or working group, conducts a thorough review of the university’s Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Program (DAAPP). In our most recent biennial review process, the team utilized group interviews and a survey instrument and Formstack on-line data collection to solicit, collect and review AOD policy, education and programs, enforcement and assessment activities from campus stakeholders across all divisions of the University. 

 The Biennial Review is electronically filed with the following offices: Office of the President, Office of the Provost, the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, and the Office of Student Health and Wellness Services. A printed copy of this report is available upon request.   

For a printed copy, contact Kenya Luse, Senior Coordinator of Health Promotion and Wellness Services by phone at 909-869-2017, or email

Current DAAPP Biennial Review

2022 Biennial Review

Archive of DAAPP Biennial Reviews