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We value your health and safety, which is why we are proud to offer this course as part of our commitment to educating and encouraging you to make good decisions. Thousands of students across the country have taken advantage of this great learning opportunity. AlcoholEdu is an interactive, educational experience that will provide you with insight on issues you will be facing in college.
Ask Listen Refer will help you develop knowledge and skills to respond effectively when someone you care about is considering suicide. The course takes 15-20 minutes to complete and provides a certificate of completion. You will also gain access to resources and information once you complete the course.
BASICS provides a Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students. The goal of the program is to reduce risky behaviors and harmful consequences of alcohol abuse. If you have been referred to this service due to a conduct violation or medical follow up, you will receive a referral within the MU Connect system.
CHEERS was designed to increase the number of designated drivers throughout the state of Missouri. Bars, restaurants, and nightclubs participating in CHEERS provide FREE non-alcoholic beverages to the acknowledged designated driver in a group of two or more.
eCheckup To Go Alcohol is a brief online questionnaire that students can access through the WRC. The program provides personalized feedback regarding use patterns and frequency. The program also compares the individual’s alcohol use to other students on campus as well as provide weekly, monthly, and annual estimates spent on alcohol. The information is then presented in a way that encourages students to make choices that align with their personal aspirations and goals.
eCheckup To Go Marijuana is a brief online questionnaire that students can access through the WRC. The program is similar to eCheckup to Go Alcohol in that it provides personalized feedback regarding use patterns and frequency. The program also compares the individual’s cannabis use to other students on campus as well as provide weekly, monthly, and annual estimates spent on cannabis. The information is then presented in a way that encourages students to make choices that align with their personal aspirations and goals.
Nicotine Cessation services are available to help you quit or reduce your use of nicotine products including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, smokeless tobacco, vape and juul. Contact the Wellness Resource Center at 573-882-4634 for more information.
STAR is an individually tailored skills program designed to help students drink more responsibly and reduce the risk of negative consequences when they drink. The program is offered through the Psychological Services Clinic and is a complement to our BASICS program.