- Go to http://students.berkeley.edu/myberkeley/myberkeleyapp.asp
- Log in
on the Checklist tab on your home page
on the Alcohol Education Requirement link (goes to our AlcoholEdu information
on the "Go to Alcohol Edu" button (goes to alcoholedu site)
If you receive the message "Service Unavailable" while trying
to navigate through your course, please try the trouble shooting steps listed
Check minimum system requirements:
EverFi supports any major web browser released within the previous two---year period. Some browsers may require Adobe Flash for multimedia content.
• Firefox 14+
• Safari 5+
• MicrosoftInternet Explorer 9+
• AlcoholEdu for College is also supported on the default browser on Android 4.0+
• Smartphones will not work
Resolve most issues w/ these 3 steps:
• Switch browsers --- use Chrome or Firefox when you can instead of IE
• Clear Cache: http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browsers-Cache
• If you seem stuck, your screen may be zoomed in too much causing you to miss a prompt ornavigation button. To zoom out on a PC hit"control 0 (zero)" and on a Mac hit"command 0 (zero)".
Additional troubleshooting options:
• Close all other applications and tabs (i.e. iTunes, Facebook, YouTube, etc.)
• Full Screen mode: Windows, press F11/Mac, click View menu on the browser and select Full Screen
• Ensure the course is in its own browser window and not within a frame of the school portal or email client
• If on a wireless connection, try a wired connection
• Reboot the computer
• Disable all popup blockers and 3rd party toolbars
• Try accessing the course from a different connection (computer lab, library, etc.)
• Try accessing at a different time of day (during non---peak internet usage hours, i.e. morning)
Still Need Help?
Visit our 24/7 technical support center to speak with a live agent or submit a ticket. Click the Help link in our course to access this site.
Non-urgent questions or comments about this program may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
you and enjoy the course.
Most don't experience harmful academic, physical, or social consequences due to their drinking. However, our campus works year-round with our community partners to create an alcohol environment that is as low risk as possible for all who live, study, work and play around campus.
Parents and Guardians play an extremely important and unique role in this effort. Make it a top priority to communicate your expectations to your student before arriving at campus. They are influenced by your expectations and by the desire to avoid the consequences of failing to meet them. Use the information at partysafe.berkeley.edu to learn about college drinking and help you clarify and effectively communicate your expectations and possible consequences for your student.
Alcohol on Campus
Cal Alcohol Policies
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.