Online course for students
For several years, the University of Minnesota has offered a one-credit, online course on alcohol for students. Student reviews have been very positive.
The goal of Alcohol and College Life is "to give new students insights into the rewards and pressures of freshman year, particularly around the subjects of socialization, new friends, parties, and drinking.
Each lesson is comprised of an online 'lecture', enriched with audio, video, and interactive games, along with readings."
- Aurora Center for Advocacy and Education: Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence, Stalking (612-626-9111)
- Boynton Health Service (612-625-8400)
- Boynton Alcohol Assessment (612) 624-1444.
- Alcohol and College Life: Public Health 1003 (one-credit course for students)
- Late-Night Programming: On most Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, Coffman Union offers late-night programming with free or inexpensive events and activities from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Free films, reduced price refreshments, dance lessons, and bowling provide social opportunities in an alcohol-free atmosphere.
- University of Minnesota Police (612-624-COPS Non-Emergency)
- Office for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity (612-624-6073)
- University Student Legal Services (612-624-1001)
- University of Minnesota Parent Program (612-626-9291)
- Housing and Residential Life (612-624-2994)
- Orientation and First-Year Programs (612-624-0666)
- University Counseling and Consulting Services (612-624-3323)
Savage, M. (2009). You're on your own (but I'm here if you need me). New York: Simon & Schuster.