Alcohol & Other Drug Education

We might as well face it, alcohol and drugs are a part of the social landscape at SUNY Oswego. For some people it’s a welcome part of college life. For others it is really overwhelming and scary to see some of the things that people do on this campus involving alcohol and other drugs. Drugs are illegal. Drinking under 21 is illegal too. People do it anyway. Getting wasted and acting like a jerk isn’t cool. People do it anyway. We’re not interested in lectures because we never cared for them ourselves. We do offer a whole lot of information and education about this stuff to help you live the life you want without having it ruined by overdoing it. This is what we have:

MyStudentBody

All of our incoming students are required to have a basic amount of education on drugs, alcohol, and sexual violence. Even though it’s probably not at the top of your list of fun things to do there is a lot of great information here. This is a great resource if you have questions about health or if you need information for a school project.

E Checkup

This is hands down the best web-based information and feedback system we’ve ever come across for alcohol and marijuana. That’s why it’s a required sanction for anyone who finds themselves in trouble for incidents involving alcohol or marijuana. There are two versions of E Checkup to go:

E Checkup (Alcohol)

This is for students who would like to take a look at their personal alcohol use. Just log in to the confidential webservice, answer a few questions about your personal use patterns and attitudes toward alcohol and get instant feedback about your level of risk, how you measure up against other SUNY Oswego students, and a lot of information about alcohol might be affecting your life. The program is free for SUNY Oswego students but an administrative processing fee is charged to those students who are assigned to take it for judicial reasons.

E Checkup (Marijuana)

This is for students who would like to take a look at their personal marijuana use. Just log in to the confidential web service, answer a few questions about your personal use patterns and attitudes toward marijuana and get instant feedback about your level of risk, how you measure up against other SUNY Oswego students, and a lot of information about marijuana might be affecting your life. The program is free for SUNY Oswego students but an administrative processing fee is charged to those students who are assigned to take it for judicial reasons.

Tobacco Free SUNY Oswego

Information About SUNY Oswego’s push to go completely tobacco-free by January 2014.

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