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Table 4 Results of the multilevel regression analysis analyzing campus policy and alcohol consumption

From: Self-reported campus alcohol policy and college alcohol consumption: a multilevel analysis of 4592 Korean students from 82 colleges

 AUDIT-C Score
Area-level Characteristics (n = 82)
 College type
  College (four-year)Ref.  
  Technical (three-year)−0.1270.4000.876
  Technical (two-year)−0.2940.4400.137
 Number of Students
  Q1 (Low)Ref.  
  Q4 (High)0.9550.5520.003
 Number of Faculty Members
  Q1 (Low)Ref.  
  Q4 (High)−0.0310.8740.593
 Number of Workers/Administrators
  Q1 (Low)Ref.  
  Q4 (High)−0.9200.6690.008
Individual-level Characteristics (n = 4592)
 Perceived Type of Campus Alcohol Policy
  Unaware of campus alcohol policyRef.  
  Bans all drinking on campus0.1230.1740.481
  Bans minors (under 19) from drinking on campus0.2370.3610.512
  Occasionally allows drinking at certain locations/during events0.1500.2600.565
  Allows drinking in outdoor spaces0.7550.2900.010
  Allows drinking in all areas0.8200.4050.044
 Alcohol Education Experience (Lecture/Mail/Campaign)
  1–2 times0.0030.1470.986
  3–4 times−0.1130.3000.708
  More than 5 times−0.2860.2550.265
 Year Level
   ≥ 4−0.6140.1580.000
  Humanities and Social SciencesRef.  
  Engineering/Natural Sciences0.0680.1250.587
  Liberal Arts−0.0970.1730.573
   ≥ 4.0Ref.  
   ≤ 3.00.4680.1780.009
 Pocket Money
  Q1 (Low)Ref.  
  Q4 (High)1.5340.144<.0001
 Smoking Status
  Current Smoker1.4560.131<.0001
  Past Smoker1.5430.226<.0001
 Stress Level
 Depressive Thoughts
 Suicidal Thoughts
 Number of clubs/organizations
  Two or more0.3370.1750.055
  1. aCyber college, vocational school, technical school
  2. bSeoul, Busan, Daegu, Incheon, Gwangju, Daejeon
  3. cGyeonggi, Gangwon, Chungbuk, Chungnam, Jonbuk, Jonnam, Gyeongbuk, Gyeongnam