Alcohol and Drug Education Programs
Office of Health Promotion
By participating in any of the Alcohol and Drug Education Programs, students will increase their knowledge regarding alcohol and/or marijuana. Students will be given the opportunity to reflect on their current choices, set goals for the future, and learn about strategies for making lower-risk choices.
Our Prevention and Community Wide Programs
Look out for our health coaches across campus in solos cup costumes with some cool giveaways!
Have a confidential conversation with a trained conversation partner about your alcohol use. Those who participate get a chance to enter into a raffle.
Join us for a screening of the documentary 'If They Had Known' focused on the dangers of mixing alcohol and prescription drugs.
AlcoholEdu for College is designed as a population-level prevention program to be given to an entire population of students, such as an entering first-year class. All incoming freshmen are required to complete AlcoholEdu for College. Access to the course begins on Monday July 29th. Part I of the course must be completed by Friday, August 16th. 45 days after completing Part I, students will receive an email prompting them to complete Part II of the course. Part II of the course must be completed by Friday, October 25th. Please Note: You must receive a grade of 80% or higher to pass and receive credit for the course.
Alcohol Intervention Programs
ADE offers free and confidential consultations by appointment. These sessions typically last 50 minutes and provide students with an opportunity to explore their relationships with alcohol and other drugs or to discuss concerns for friends, partners, and family members. Please stop by Gasson 025 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
If you need to register or want more information about one of the courses below, please click on the program name.
NOTE: There is a $50 fee assessed to students referred to CHOICES, BASICS, BASICS Booster, MODE, or Marijuana Assessment as part of a disciplinary sanction, and a $100 fee for students sanctioned to complete AIM, MIM,or a Substance Abuse Assessment. Services are free to those who self-refer or are help-seeking to any of the services provided by the Alcohol and Drug Education Program.