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Learning Outcomes

 

Alcohol and Drug Education

CHOICES 

  • Students mandated through the University's Conduct System will complete the Choices program
  • Students who participate in Choices will have the opportunity to reflect on their alcohol use
  • Students will increase their utilization of low-risk drinking strategies/decrease participation in high-risk drinking behaviors
  • Students will demonstrate a decrease in their Typical BAC
  • Students will demonstrate a decrease in their Peak BAC
  • Students will report fewer negative consequences associated with high-risk drinking

BASICS 

  • Students mandated through the University's Conduct System will complete the BASICS program
  • Students who participate in BASICS will have the opportunity to reflect on their alcohol use
  • Students will increase their utilization of low-risk drinking strategies/decrease participation in high-risk drinking behaviors
  • Students will demonstrate a decrease in their Typical BAC
  • Students will demonstrate a decrease in their Peak BAC
  • Students will report fewer negative consequences associated with high-risk drinking

AIM 

  • Students mandated through the University's Conduct System will complete the Alcohol Intervention Meeting (AIM) program
  • Students who participate in AIM will have the opportunity to reflect on their alcohol use
  • Students will increase their utilization of low-risk drinking strategies/decrease participation in high-risk drinking behaviors
  • Students will report fewer negative consequences associated with high-risk drinking
  • Students will agree or strongly agree that their AIM facilitator created a welcoming and non-judgmental group environment

MODE

  • Students mandated through the University's Conduct System will complete MODE
  • Students who participate in MODE will have the opportunity to reflect on their marijuana use
  • Students will report fewer negative consequences associated with marijuana use
  • Students will agree or strongly agree that their MODE facilitator created a welcoming and non-judgmental group environment

MARIJUANA ASSESSMENT 

  • Students mandated through the University's Conduct System will complete the Marijuana Assessment program
  • Students who participate in Marijuana Assessment will have the opportunity to reflect on their marijuana use
  • Students will increase their motivation to make changes to their marijuana use
  • Students will report fewer negative consequences associated with marijuana use

MIM 

  • Students mandated through the University's Conduct System will complete the Marijuana Intervention Meeting (MIM) program
  • Students who participate in MIM will have the opportunity to reflect on their marijuana use
  • Students will report fewer negative consequences associated with marijuana use  
  • Students will agree or strongly agree that their MIM facilitator created a welcoming and non-judgmental group environment