part of the University's alcohol prevention program, all incoming students are
required to complete a confidential, online alcohol education course, entitled
AlcoholEdu for College. The course uses science-based research to
educate students about alcohol and its effects. Whether you drink or not, the
course will help you make informed decisions about alcohol and better deal with
drinking behavior that may occur around you. To take the course, you will need
a computer with Internet access and audio capability. If you do not have home
access to a computer, you can use any publicly-available computer with Internet.
After you arrive on campus, you will receive an email with instructions completing Part 2 of the course. This part will take about 10 minutes to complete.
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Even though you may be of legal drinking age and/or may have already considered your drinking behaviors, we ask you to complete the program, because:
1) Your academic and social life at Cal may be affected by students whose drinking attitudes are less well-established than yours;
2) You may be asked by underage students to help them purchase alcohol. Are you aware of the legal and campus consequences of drinking with-or furnishing alcohol to-underage individuals?
3) You may learn something from the program, or re-think some of your attitudes and behaviors about alcohol.
4) As a new member of the campus community, you are responsible-as we all are-for helping to maintain the health and safety of our community. We believe that completing this course will support you to do so.
Step 1. Try an alternate browser.
Step 2. .Refresh the screen 2 to 3 times from within the course.
Step 3. Close all browser windows, and try logging into the course again.
If you experience other technical difficulties, the AlcoholEdu Online Technical Support Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For support, click the "Help" button in the upper-right corner of any active window in AlcoholEdu for College or call 1-866-384-9062 (Outside the Classroom Helpdesk). You do not need to be logged into the course to access the Help Site. Computers are available in campus libraries and at microcomputer facilities. If you live in the residence halls, you can also use computers in the Academic Centers.
Cal Alcohol Policies and Resources
Medical, Counseling and Educational Services: University Health Services - Tang Center
On-line Educational Materials: Alcohol and Other Drugs
Party Safe @ Cal Website: Find out how to have fun, manage the risks, and reduce harm to self and community.