Counseling Center
Holloway Hall

Alcohol/Other Drug Education

Alcohol/Other Drug Education Class-Level I

This two-hour course is for students who have a first-time alcohol or other drug violation or who need basic information and assistance regarding their use and reducing risky behaviors. The class will help students increase of awareness of their attitudes about and patterns of alcohol or other drug use, increase healthy decision-making, learn to manage peer pressure, and decrease the negative impact of alcohol or other drug use on the student and the community. The Office of Student Conduct and Housing and Residence Life may refer students directly to this class as an outcome of an alcohol/other drug disciplinary hearing. Students may also be referred to this course by Counseling Center staff after an assessment. Finally, students can also voluntarily elect to take the course and may choose to do so for example, at the recommendation of their attorney after involvement in an alcohol/other drug violation.

  • Dates:  Friday, October 4, 2013; 1pm-3pm
  •              Friday, November 1, 2013; 1pm-3pm
  •              Friday, November 22, 2013; 10am-noon
  •              Friday, January 10, 2014; 1pm-3pm
  •               Friday, February 7, 2014; 1pm-3pm
  •               Friday, March 7, 2014; 10am-12pm
  •               Friday, April 4, 2014; 1pm-3pm, place TBD
  •               Friday, April 18, 2014; 10am-12pm
  •               Friday, May 2, 2014; 1pm-3pm
  • Place: GC 234 Pocomoke Room
  • Cost: $30 (billed to your SU account)


     

Alcohol/Other Drug Education-Level II

This course includes the Level I class and adds a second two-hour class and a four-hour online tutorial. This is a more extensive course for students with multiple alcohol or other drug violations and/or with more concerning and potentially harmful patterns of alcohol or other drug use and behaviors. Students will conduct a more in depth assessment of their alcohol/other drug use, negative consequences associated with use, personal goals related to health and behavior, and realistic plans for change they identify as wanting to make in their lives. The Office of Student Conduct and Housing and Residence Life may refer students directly to this class as an outcome of an alcohol/other drug disciplinary hearing. Often this may also include a mandated assessment with a counselor at the Counseling Center. Students may also be referred to this course by Counseling Center staff after an assessment. Finally, students can also voluntarily elect to take the course and may choose to do so for example, at the recommendation of their attorney after involvement in an alcohol/other drug violation.

  • Date: Friday, October 4, 2013 and October 11, 2013; 1pm-3pm
  •           Friday, November 1, 2013 and November 8, 2013; 1pm-3pm
  •            Friday, November 22, 2013 and December 6, 2013; 10am-noon
  •            Friday, January 10, 2014 and Friday, January 17, 2013; 1pm-3pm
  •             Friday, February 14, 2014; 1pm-3pm; * note change-GUC 236A, Nanticoke A
  •             Friday, March 14, 2014; 10am-12pm
  •             Friday, April 11, 2014; 1pm-3pm
  •             Friday, April 25, 2014; 10am-12pm
  •             Friday, May 9, 2014; 1pm-3pm
  • Place: GC 234 Pocomoke Room
  • Cost: $75 (billed to your SU account)

 

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