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Written by Kavita Gupta
Students are fully warned of the dangers that drugs can pose prior to their arrival for classes, but some still find themselves caught up in that scene. UNC has made many counseling services available for these students. For example, Student Health Services provides plenty of aid and advice for students to control the partying and addictions that can sometimes come with the college experience. Many students fail to recognize the dangers of certain lifestyles and don't get the help that is being offered to them, but Carolina has a very accepting atmopshere and will always help those who ask for it.
Typically, drugs aren't a problem at UNC. If you are looking for them, they probably aren't hard to find, but if you don't want them, there isn't any reason that you would be exposed to them. The most prevalent drug on campus is alcohol, and while it is abused quite frequently on campus and off, students generally take safety precautions when they are drinking. The second most popular drug on campus is marijuana, and many students find themselvs smoking it. People at UNC respect each other's lifestyles, and if that is the route you choose to go, you won't be judged, but it is advisable to utilize one of the many services that the University provides to make sure it doesn't become a problem.
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