Reduce Your Risk
Access guidance, strategies, and tools curated by SUPER to reduce risk. Learn about tolerance, short-term as well as long-term risks, drink counting, Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC), and more.
MAPP Strategy, Having Fun, and Playing it Safe
Many Stanford students like to go out with friends and have a good time, which may involve alcohol. While most students drink in moderation, sometimes a night out can lead to an assortment of preventable negative consequences related to high risk drinking and other substance use.
What Is Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)?
Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) refers to the percent of alcohol (ethyl alcohol or ethanol) in a person's blood stream. A BAC of .10% means that an individual's blood supply contains one part alcohol for every 1000 parts blood.