AlcoholEdu® for College is the flagship prevention course for the higher education industry, and has been taken by more than 11 million first-year college students since its launch in 2000. This course educates students on alcohol and other drugs, as well as bystander intervention skills, and institutions across the U.S. use AlcoholEdu to measure changes in students’ attitudes and beliefs on course topics and benchmark elements of their campus culture against industry peers through pre- and post- course surveys.
AlcoholEdu is informed by the latest research on the socially conscious attitudes and expectations of Gen Z, and it provides differentiated pathing for students based on their drinking experiences, including dedicated pathing for non-drinkers and students in recovery. Recently, the course added new content about cannabis and vaping to address growing usage trends.
Today, more than 700,000 first-year students use AlcoholEdu for College annually, and it’s been proven effective in eight peer-reviewed studies, demonstrating its positive impact on students’ alcohol-related attitudes, drinking behaviors, and negative outcomes.