About AlcoholEdu® & Haven®
What is AlcoholEdu and Haven?
AlcoholEdu and Haven offer a confidential, personalized experience for each student. The course content in AlcoholEdu and Haven assists The University in meeting federal requirements from the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Justice related to alcohol prevention and sexual assault prevention.
AlcoholEdu for College
Whether you drink or not, this course will empower you to make well-informed decisions about alcohol and help you to reflect on and consider college drinking related issues.
AlcoholEdu for College consists of two parts: the primary course content and the review. Students will begin with the Survey 1 pre-assessment, followed by course lessons, consisting of nine learning modules focused on strategic decision-making through real life examples. The course lessons will be followed by the Survey 2 post-assessment. The review portion of this course will take place after an intersession of 30 or more days, and will consist of Survey 3 and follow-up lessons.
Why AlcoholEdu for College?
Over 3 million students from over 500 institutions in the US have completed AlcoholEdu for College. The University of Alabama has a commitment to being proactive in the prevention and education efforts regarding the health and safety of our students. National results show that the program is effective in preparing students to be better equipped decision makers; we are pleased to provide you with some of the most recent outcomes of this program.
The following data points are taken from the 2008 first year student pre-matriculation of AlcoholEdu for College and are based on self-reported data from a sample of 48,976 first year students.
Students reported that AlcoholEdu prepared them to:
- 75% said AlcoholEdu provided them with helpful information
- 66% said it helped them learn new facts about alcohol
- 81% reported AlcoholEdu prepared them to identify the signs of alcohol poisoning
- 83% reported AlcoholEdu prepared them to help someone who may have alcohol poisoning
- 64% said the information presented about BAC would help guide them in creating a plan for making safe and healthy decisions
Haven – Understanding Sexual Assault
Learn about healthy relationships, the importance of consent and being a good communicator, and the many ways you can help create the safe, positive campus you want to be a part of.
Haven consists of two parts: the primary course content and the review. Students will begin with the Survey 1 pre-assessment, followed by course lessons, consisting of seven learning modules focused on healthy relationships, awareness of resources and policies, and skill-building. The course lessons will be followed by a post-assessment. The review portion of this course will take place after an intersession of 30 or more days, and will consist of Survey 2 and follow-up lessons.
All of your responses are completely confidential. The University will only receive aggregate information.