Alcohol and Drug Sanction Course

Alcohol Edu for Sanctions — online course designed to help students who have violated campus alcohol policies make safer and healthier choices. Students must complete Part 1 and Part 2 of the course to fulfil the sanction requirement.

Marijuana 101 — is a four-hour online course for on-campus marijuana violations. Six lessons cover a variety of key issues such as marijuana dependence, marijuana’s effects, mental-health issues and synthetic marijuana use. Students must complete Part 1 and Part 2 of the course. There is a 30-day intersession between Parts 1 and 2.

Prescription Drug Abuse Course — Online course that equips students with the knowledge and tools to make healthy, informed decisions when it comes to prescription medications. Through interactive scenarios and self-guided activities, students learn about a range of topics, including the science of addiction, how to properly use and dispose of prescription drugs, and how to intervene when faced with a situation involving drug misuse.

Reduce Impairment through Supplementary Knowledge (RISK) — Reduce Impairment through Supplementary Knowledge (RISK) comprises three 90-minute group sessions facilitated by a community substance abuse counselor. While enrolled in this course students will gain an understanding of the risks and consequences of using alcohol or other drugs. The facilitator will assess student choices; explain the continuum from use, to abuse, to dependence; and who is at risk. Students learn about self-care, responsibility and the importance of balance in their college environment.

Alcohol or Drug Evaluation — Students may be required to complete an alcohol or drug evaluation with a substance abuse counselor. These evaluations are completed at an off campus facility. The recommendations from the evaluation are shared with the Substance Abuse Education & Prevention Coordinator and the student is required to complete any recommendations described in the evaluation.