Welcome to AlcoholEDU and Haven at UNA!
You must complete the first part of both AlcoholEDU and Haven by August 13, 2014. The second part of both courses must be completed by October 17, 2014.
AlcoholEDU and Haven Courses Opens On July 17, 2014.
How do I access AlcoholEDU and Haven?
View instructions here: 2014 AlcoholEDU Instructions
Troubleshooting for AlcoholEDU and Haven
View instructions here: Troubleshooting AlcoholEDU/Haven
AlcoholEdu for College is the only online alcohol prevention program that was designed for population-level, primary prevention. Its personalized approach provides an experience that impacts both individual behavior and campus culture, reducing your institutional risk.
Today, AlcoholEdu is used on hundreds of campuses and by 36% of all first-year students at America's four-year higher education institutions, producing the world's largest database on college students and alcohol. It remains the only program specifically designed for ALL students - whether they are frequent heavy drinkers, light to moderate drinkers, or non-drinkers.
With data from the National Institute of Justice showing that one in five college women (and one in 16 men) will experience some form of non-consensual sexual activity by graduation, the widespread impact of sexual violence on students presents an urgent and pressing challenge for our nation’s campuses. Haven – Understanding Sexual Assault™ addresses the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking, which impact countless college students across the country.
*These two courses are a requirement for incoming freshman students.
Unique Program Design
AlcoholEdu for College is a Population-Level Prevention® program that is designed to be given to an entire population of students, such as an entering first-year class. This method creates a learning experience that:
Motivates behavior change
Resets unrealistic expectations about the effects of alcohol
Links choices about drinking to academic and personal success
Helps students practice safer decision-making
Engages students to create a healthier campus community