I have two kids in college.
My daughter is in a large, urban school whose Resident Advisors tend to look the other way at alcohol, pot, noise, etc., as long as no one is complaining.
My son is in a small, rural college which has a zero tolerance for most things: alcohol, drugs, candles in the room and any kind of noise at any time of the day. His RAs have searched trash cans just because they can. Seriously.
Two different types of schools with two somewhat different policies.
We tell our son that he needs to get involved if he wants to change the noise and other rules that seem extreme. And to question authority if he feels his civil liberties are being stomped on. But, we completely support the zero tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol. A young person who discovers drinking -- and thinks an occasional binge is no big deal -- is better off being in the environment of his school. I just forwarded both the kids this research article that explains some of the reasons why we support the school with the no-tolerance policy that is actually enforced.
At Career Kids, we include a small amount of drug awareness products in our catalog and website, but they generally don't seem to be what our customers look for from us. I think we should expand our offerings because it is so important. Please let us know what you need and so that we can better serve you.