Ongoing research continues to improve our understanding of how to address the persistent and costly problem of harmful and underage student drinking. Successful efforts typically involve a mix of strategies that target individual students, the student body as a whole, and the broader college community. Strategies Targeting Individual Students include counseling, motivation and feedback-related approaches, Cognitive–behavioral skills-based approaches and Individual-level interventions. Education and awareness programs target the Campus and Surrounding Community and are designed to change students’ knowledge and attitudes.   Environmental-level strategies focus on the campus, community and student body as a whole, and are designed to change the campus and community environments in which student drinking occurs. Often, a major goal is to reduce the availability of alcohol, because research shows that reducing alcohol availability cuts consumption and harmful consequences on campuses as well as in the general population.