AlcoholEdu

AlcoholEdu is an online course which all incoming University of Dayton students are required to complete. Whether students drink alcohol or not, the course will educate them on the topic of drinking and its effect on themselves and others. 

There are two parts to this course and you must do both parts to be considered complete. You will need to complete Part I (takes about 2-3 hours to complete).  Approximately 45 days after completing Part I, you will receive an automated email asking you to complete the Part II.  At this time, you will need to login again to complete Part II (takes about 15 minutes to complete).

Only after you’ve finished Part I and have a passing grade of 80% or better and finished Part II, have you completed the program.

Why are students required to take the course?

AlcoholEdu  is one aspect of a strategic plan to prevent high-risk drinking, educate students on the effects that alcohol has on the body, and provide resources for students with alcohol problems.  The surveys contained in AlcoholEdu also help us track changes in students’ beliefs and behaviors surrounding alcohol.  Therefore, we can intentionally provide the necessary interventions and policies in our effort to prevent high-risk drinking on campus.

How do I login?

To take AlcoholEdu, you will need a computer with Internet access and audio capabilities. Log into Porches, click on Front Porch, you will see AlcoholEdu listed in you To-Do List.

Having Trouble?

Contact the Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Resources and Education Monday-Friday,  8:30 – 4:30 pm at 937-229-1233. 

If you're in the AlcoholEdu system, you can click on the Help Button, which is located on every page of the AlcoholEdu course, or call 866-384-9062 for technical support.

Are there penalties for not completing this mandatory course?

Yes.  Failure to complete all sections of the AlcoholEdu course, with a passing grade, will result in a hold  being placed on the student’s account the make them unable to register for classes. You must complete AlcoholEduy for the the hold to be removed. 

Who will see my answers?

All survey responses are confidential.  The University of Dayton will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will NEVER see any individual student answers.

 

Contact Us

Center for Alcohol and Other Drugs Resources and Education

Lawnview 106 
300 College Park  
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 7230

937 229-1233