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Alcohol-Wise Prevention

Typically used for incoming populations, Alcohol-Wise reduces risk and positively impacts campus culture. It educates about the harmful effects of alcohol, raises retention rates, and acts as a prevention tool for alcohol-related violations. Tailored to the individual, students receive personalized feedback, self-referral tools, and pre- and post-course assessments to measure behavior change and knowledge gain.

Available in high school, over 21, and workplace specific versions.

Conflict-Wise

Whether a client needs to address aggression, anger or conflict resolution, Conflict-Wise provides strategies and tools to manage behavior. Course Highlights:

  • Your values and core beliefs
  • Types of harassment
  • Types of aggression
  • Domestic, family, partner violence
  • Online behavior and potential impact
  • Conflict resolution skills
  • Strategies for anger management
  • Strategies to manage stress
  • How to handle triggers
  • Empathy and communication skills

Greek-Wise

Greek-Wise educates sorority and fraternity members on how to ease safely into Greek life. The course covers important issues such as the risks of hazing, how to avoid sexual violence and assault, the legal consequences of underage drinking and social hosting, and how alcohol affects academic progress and social behavior.

Tailored to the individual, students receive personalized feedback, self-referral tools, and pre- and post-course assessments to measure behavior change and knowledge gain.

Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility, an add-on module for alcohol education courses requested and written by Cornell University, educates students on the consequences of driving under the influence. The course covers important topics such as the basics of underage drinking, the consequences for providing alcohol to minors, why most states voluntarily set their minimum drinking age at 21, and why underage drinking laws are in place.

Under the Influence

Under the Influence was developed in 2001 as the first online, alcohol intervention program in the U.S. An educational sanction for alcohol violations, the course includes 6 lessons on key issues such as alcohol's health effects, drinking and driving, state-specific laws, and alcohol/prescription interactions.

Marijuana 101

First developed in 2004 at the request of a major university, Marijuana 101 is consistently updated with the latest and strongest research available. Six lessons cover a variety of key issues such as marijuana dependence, marijuana's effects, mental health issues, synthetic marijuana, local laws and legalization issues, and legal penalties associated with use. 

Marijuana-Wise

Able to be completed in less than an hour, Marijuana-Wise educates students about the harmful effects of marijuana and acts as a prevention tool for future marijuana related problems. It includes research on marijuana's impact on IQ, its potential as a “gateway drug," its links to schizophrenia, and synthetic marijuana's health consequences.

This course can be paired with other courses or taken as a standalone.

Available in high school specific version.

Nicotine 101

Nicotine 101 provides the necessary tools for individuals to make healthy choices about tobacco use. Students will explore their personal use of nicotine and associated behaviors and learn which diseases are associated with tobacco use. Each student’s feedback is individualized. They will be able to develop a unique game plan to quit using nicotine by planning their own strategies to avoid smoking. 

Other Drugs

The Other Drugs intervention program is for individuals charged with an alcohol or drug violations and focuses on opiates, stimulants, sedatives, ecstasy, and prescription drug misuse. The student begins this program by responding to a series of questions about their illicit drug or prescription drug use. Other Drugs is CONFIDENTIAL, and the student is not required to share their personalized feedback. 

Campus Climate Survey

The Campus Climate Survey is an important tool in the battle against sexual assault: it provides information about student and/or faculty perceptions, knowledge, and attitudes regarding sexual assault while demonstrating the institution’s commitment to addressing issues related to sexual assault. It surveys both perceptions and incidents of sexual violence and bystander intervention. 

An “opt out” button allows survivors of sexual assault to bypass possibly traumatic sections while still answering other sections.

Consent & Respect

Consent & Respect protects campuses by helping students recognize the differences between healthy and unhealthy actions, attitudes, and behaviors. Personalized feedback reinforces positive behaviors and corrects misconceptions. Course highlights:

  • Consent & Sexual assault
  • Intimate partner violence
  • Abusive behavior & stalking
  • Bystander intervention
  • Incident reporting & survivor support
  • Healthy relationships

Consent & Respect Staff

Consent & Respect Staff expands on the student version to empower faculty and staff to respond to situations involving sexual assault. Course highlights:

  • Consent & sexual assault
  • Forensic questioning
  • Bystander intervention
  • Incident reporting
  • Survivor support
  • Trauma informed care