BUZZKILL: Serve Under 21 and the Party's Over program provides a resource for colleges, universities, and other community professionals such as law enforcements, retail establishments and real estate companies to reduce consumption of alcohol by those under the age of 21.  Whether it is a party in the dorm or just friends getting together off campus, BUZZKILL brings awareness to students who are of legal age; if you serve someone under the age of 21, you are breaking the law.


BUZZKILL is a program to help colleges educate their students on the responsibilities of social hosting.  BUZZKILL is an eye-catching social host campaign that gives colleges the tools to let students understand the consequences when hosting parties where  alcohol and underage people are present. 

How Do I Get Involved...?

Complete online registration and Letter of Agreement...

The cost of becoming a BUZZKILL: Serve Under 21 and the Party's Over Member is a ONE TIME fee of $50. Membership includes unlimited access to downloading BUZZKILL: Serve Under 21 and the Party's Over Program Kit components, including the JPG and high-resolution versions of the program logo. Other benefits include opportunities to see what other communities are doing, resources for your law enforcement partners and viewing your order history.
Order campaign materials...

Campaign materials such as posters, prens and window clings from Drug Free Action Alliance. Drug Free Action Alliance offers high-quality materials to assist your substance abuse prevention efforts.
Implement your campaign...

For the greatest impact to your community, utilize local data and statistics because it will serve as a better representation of the community.

References to laws and penalties provided in the program kit information are based on Ohio law. It is strongly recommended to check with state and local laws before utilizing the program.