This is a two-part evidence-based online alcohol prevention program required for all first-year students. AlcoholEdu® empowers students in the following ways:

  • Make well-informed decisions
  • Better cope with the drinking behavior of peers
  • Motivate behavior change
  • Examine expectations about the effects of alcohol
  • Link choices about drinking to academic and personal success
  • Help students practice safer decision-making
  • Engage students to create a healthier campus community

AlcoholEDU® is provided by EverFi.

Project Echo

This program is a collaboration with Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) that provides new members an opportunity to reflect on the role of alcohol in their lives by completing a confidential alcohol self-evaluation and receiving a comprehensive feedback report.

Annual alcohol education presentations are facilitated in each section of the KIN 100 course in collaboration with the REACH peer educators.

If you are a faculty member or student organization interested in a substance related presentation, you may reach out to Jordan McCann at


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