Alcohol/Drug Education Programs

Alcohol EDU

The student is required to complete the Alcohol EDU for Sanctions Program. This course is designed to reduce harmful consumption of alcohol and associated problems among students who drink alcohol. The Alcohol EDU program consists of two parts that includes a pre-test and a post-test section. There is a 30-day waiting period prior to completing the post-test therefore the student is encouraged to begin the program ASAP. The student will be contacted by the Substance Education and Alcohol Resources office, alcohol@uark.edu, with instructions on how to access the course.

 

BASICS

The student is required to complete the Brief Alcohol Screening & Intervention for College Students (BASICS) program. This program is designed to reduce harmful consumption and associated problems among students who drink alcohol and/or smoke marijuana. The program consists of one to three one-on-one 50-minute sessions. The student will be contacted by the Substance Education and Alcohol Resources office, alcohol@uark.edu, with instructions on how to get signed up for this program.

 

Alcohol and/or Drug Assessment

An alcohol/drug assessment is an evaluation by a certified professional mental health practitioner that is licensed by the state of Arkansas to administer alcohol/drug assessments. The selection of the practitioner is the choice of the student. For a complete list of local places, contact the Office of Student Standards and Conduct. Following completion of the assessment, the agency conducting the assessment will make a recommendation regarding the course of treatment that best fits the outcome of the assessment. It is the responsibility of the student to complete all recommendations and provide documentation of completion for both the outcome of the assessment and the recommended course of treatment. Students will be provided 30 days to complete the assessment, and the deadline for the course of treatment deadline will be based on practitioner recommendations.

 

Marijuana 101

The student is required to complete the Marijuana 101 Program. This course is designed to educate students on ways to reduce the harmful use of marijuana and associated problems among students who use marijuana. The student will be contacted by the Substance Education and Alcohol Resources office, alcohol@uark.edu, with instructions on how to access the course.