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AlcoholEdu
Illinois College provides a comprehensive alcohol prevention program. All first year students, athletes and certain members of our literary societies are required to complete this program online. The program is a non-opinionated alcohol prevention program used on over 500 campuses nationwide. The course uses science-based research to educate students about alcohol and its effects. Whether a student drinks or not, AlcoholEdu for College will empowerAlcoholEdu them to make well-informed decisions about alcohol and help them better cope with the drinking behavior of their peers.

AlcoholEdu must be completed by the deadline date set each Fall semester. Instructions on how to login and complete the program as well as the deadline date will be emailed to your student email account.
 
Second Chance Program
Second Chance is an alcohol-screening program developed to assist students who have had problems associated with alcohol. This program is modeled after BASICS, Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students. This is a proactive program that teaches students to identify risky behaviors and methods to decrease potential harm to themselves and others. Students are referred to the Second Chance Program after their second alcohol infraction per the Illinois College Alcohol Policy. Students can also self-refer to the program if concerned about their own drinking behavior. The health services professional staff administers this program.
 

    
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