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Collegiate Recovery Program


The Burnout Broncos will be meeting Tuesdays at 8pm. 

Click here to access the SCU virtual recovery meetings.

For other questions please email

As we continue to support our Collegiate Recovery community, the Wellness Center is encouraging students to explore additional virtual options including South Bay Area AA Virtual Meetings and In The Rooms Foundation.

The Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) hosts weekly Student Chats in their Zoom Common Room every Tuesday at 4pm PST. Collegiate recovery students gather to discuss a range of topics, events, issues, opportunities, and more. These chats are led by students, for students. For more information, click here.

    • Meeting ID: 895 6765 3899
    • Passcode: 905738


The mission of the Burnout Broncos is to provide a supportive community where students in recovery, and those in hope of recovery, can achieve academic success while participating in a unique college experience free from addiction to alcohol and other substances.

Who are the Burnout Broncos? 

The Collegiate Recovery Program, The Burnout Broncos, housed in the Wellness Center within the Office of Student Life provides a safe space and supportive community for students in recovery or seeking recovery from addiction. Participation is completely voluntary and there is no barrier to entry. Students at any stage of recovery and at any point in their academic journeys are welcome. Come hang out with the Burnout Broncos during our open hours (Tuesdays at 8pm via Zoom), join a support group meeting, attend a sober social event or just get in the loop about volunteer opportunities and upcoming activities. Recovery works and can be part of a genuine college experience.

Our Collegiate Recovery Program has 3 guiding principles:

  • A community of students in recovery from addiction: All ages and academic levels are welcome, from traditional undergraduates to non-traditional, graduate and professional students. 
  • Recovery-supportive programming: Programming includes student-organized and student-led peer support group meetings (some of which are 12-Step), as well as sober social activities, service opportunities and educational programming. We are always open to student suggestions for new meetings.
  • Committed people: CRP is run by full-time staff members who are knowledgeable about recovery resources on and off campus. We’re here to link you to resources and help you get the support you need. 

Want to get involved?

If you'd like more information on what the Burnout Broncos are all about (including what you can expect at our meetings) email Sigi at