SUPER offers a variety of programs supporting a safe campus for all of Stanford's communities. Here you find information about 5-Sure, PEERs, Cardinal Recovery and the recently established Well House.
5-Sure Safe Rides
5-SURE is for all Stanford students, faculty and staff. Drivers are trained to handle a variety of situations from verbal abuse to alcohol poisoning. The service assists thousands of students per quarter by providing transportation to and from a variety of campus locations that range from parties and other campus activities to dormitories and libraries. 5-SURE welcomes any constructive criticism, service oriented workers, and/or opportunities to aid the Stanford community by eliminating serious physical risks.
5-SURE on Foot
Active bystanders provide a documented and proven solution toward shifting the culture around college drinking. With student input and administrative support, our team keeps an eye out for potentially dangerous situations happening outside during party nights. The student staff alters the trajectory of a potentially intoxicated student’s night, preventing a relatively small problem from becoming a dangerous situation. Also, if you're feeling unsafe walking back to your dorm on a weekend night, our team will gladly walk you home
The PEERs are paid undergraduate (and co-term) peer educators that Prevent harms, Educate about holistic health and well-being, Empower our community, and Refer students to campus resources. They are trained in the fundamentals of public health as it relates to the following topic areas: substance use, sexual citizenship, and health promotion.
The Well House
We want to create a substance-free undergraduate residential community and experience based on the theme of wellness. This provides an environment for students to learn and practice holistic approaches to physical, mental, and emotional health: The Well House or “The Well.” The values of the substance-free community are connection, equity, belonging, authenticity, and vulnerability and humility. Students living at The Well need to commit to live substance free and actively promote an environment based upon the respect and care for others in the community.