Mandated Education Workshops

Alcohol & Other Drug Restorative Actions

The Office of Prevention, Outreach, & Wellness Education Resources (POWER) works closely with the Office of Student Conduct to ensure education and behavior change theory are an integral part of all Alcohol & Other Drug Restorative Actions. Wellbeing professionals are consistently working to ensure the most up to date relevant information is included in all three levels of Restorative Actions and that each course is delivered to the appropriate audience based on the individual's violation and finding. 

To register online for the Restorative Action assigned to you please click here.  

To pay in person go to the Johnson Center Front Office (Cash or Credit Card ONLY).

IMPORTANT: Make sure you register for the appropriate course assigned to you by your conduct officer.  Well-being staff do not have access to your conduct letter to assist you in selecting the correct course. 

Course Descriptions

E-Checkup (Screening Brief Intervention Referral Treatment) Restorative Action: 

  1. Purchase the restorative action by clicking here for E-Checkup (E-Checkup has three modules based on type of violation - alcohol, cannabis, and tobacco). 
  2. Following the purchase of the course, you will receive a link at the bottom of your receipt directing you to a registration form. The registration link can also be found in your conduct letter. Course assignments will NOT be made if payment has not been processed prior to registration.
  3. Further directions will be provided at the conclusion of the registration form.
  4. Within 2 business days from both payment and registration, an email will be sent from E-checkup (be sure to search your Junk folder before contacting the office with questions).
  5. At the conclusion of E-checkup you will submit both your results and a short reflection here.
  6. Following completion of all requirements, your hold will be lifted within the next 3 business days.
  7. To help us improve both process and content we encourage you to complete the evaluation found at the end of your document submission form.

AlcoholU at The Learning Bar

  1. Purchase registration for AlcoholU here.
  2. Following the purchase of the course, you will receive a link at the bottom of your receipt directing you to a registration form. The registration link can also be found in your conduct letter. Course assignments will NOT be made if payment has not been processed prior to registration.
  3. Further directions will be provided at the conclusion of the registration form along with directions to The Learning Bar located in the Boone Center - Student Well-being suite.
  4. Please read the Rules and Regulations below prior to attending the course.  Attendance is mandatory. 

  5. Following completion of all requirements, your hold will be lifted within the next 3 business days.
  6. To help us improve both process and content we encourage you to complete the evaluation found at the end of your document submission form.

Brief Alcohol Screening Intervention for College Students (BASICS) and Cannabis Screening and Intervention for College Students (CASICS)

  1. Purchase the restorative action by clicking here for BASICS and here for CASICS.
  2. Following the purchase of the course, you will receive a link at the bottom of your receipt directing you to a registration form. The registration link can also be found in your conduct letter. Course assignments will NOT be made if payment has not been processed prior to registration.
  3. Further directions will be provided at the conclusion of the registration form.
  4. Within 2 business days from both payment and registration, an email will be sent from your assigned BASICS/CASICS Coach to set up your first session. 
  5. Important information for all Virtual Sessions.
    1. For all virtual courses, you will need access to a computer, laptop, or smartphone with a microphone and camera. If you do not have access to a computer, laptop, or smartphone with a microphone and camera you will need to contact the Office of Student Conduct for the next steps.

    2. You will be expected to show your student ID at the beginning of the call to ensure you are enrolled.

    3. Make sure you are in a quiet place without unnecessary distractions.

    4. The content presented will be shared to your screen so it is important you have a device that allows you to fully view the content provided.  

    5. Similar to an in-person session you will be expected to engage with the instructor periodically.  While you are not asked to talk, we ask that all participants "mute" their microphones to reduce background noise.

  6. Please read the Rules and Regulations below prior to attending the coaching session. Attendance is required for BOTH sessions. 
  7. Your hold will be lifted no sooner than 72 business hours from the time you complete the second session.

Program Rules and Regulations

  1. For both virtual and in-person sessions, attendees MUST arrive on time. Those who are more than five minutes late will have to reschedule and pay $50 rescheduling fee.  No exceptions will be made.

  2. If you must reschedule your session, contact your instructor/coach no later than the Wednesday before the date of your session. If you fail to reschedule ahead of time and do not attend the class, you will be asked to pay the $50 rescheduling fee and reschedule for a new class date. Contact Ashley Gann (859-562-3272) for any scheduling issues.

  3. Bring your valid Student ID.  If you pay or send another student to attend this workshop in your presence, you both will be charged in violation of the Code of Student Conduct.

  4. Any disrespect of your peers or the instructors will not be tolerated and you may be removed from the class. If this happens, you must reschedule and will likely have to visit with a representative from the Office of Student Conduct.

  5. Students who text or sleep during the workshop may be removed from the session and may be subject to the reassessment of a fine.

  6. Students must come to our sessions completely sober.

  7.  Anyone who does not attend the course will be expected to the $50 rescheduling fee.