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Alcohol Education Program (AEP)

(Any student with a first time violation of the alcohol code of conduct)

This educational outcome is a two-hour course developed by professional staff members at Western Kentucky that informs students about the dangers of alcohol, and information students should consider when making the choice to drink.  The class takes place bi-weekly and a schedule is developed by the instructors and the Assistant Director for Housing and Residence Life.  When a student is assigned to AEP, the conduct officer should complete the online referral process.  This educational action is typically assigned to student who has violated the alcohol policy for the first time. AEP requires a reflection paper to be written and submitted as part of an assessment process.



 

 Alcohol Education Program II (AEPII)

(Any student with a second violation of the alcohol code of conduct)

This is an educational outcome for students found responsible for the second alcohol violation. The session has a one-on-one session component where the following areas are addressed, but not limited to: review of first and second violation, review of probation, reflection of E-CHUG assessment, development of low risk behaviors, response of parental/guardian, and development of action plan related to student’s vision of their success.

AEP II requires the completion of E-Chug, an evidence-based online prevention intervention. This tool provides personalized feedback that helps to show how your drinking habits, family history, and campus norms affect your life and future. E-CHUG is a brief assessment tool that takes 20-30 minutes to complete, is self-guided, requires no face-to-face contact with a counselor, and is completely anonymous.

Appropriate referrals include students found responsible of an alcohol-related offense who have a previous judicial record for an alcohol violation, regardless of when that violation occurred. A reflection paper to be submitted as part of an assessment process.

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Alcohol Education

 Drug Education Program (DEP)

e-TOKE (electronic THC Online Knowledge Experience)

(Any student with a violation of the drug code of conduct)

This educational outcome is a two-hour course developed by professional staff members at Western Kentucky that informs students about the dangers of drugs, effects of marijuana usage, and information students should consider when making the choice to use drugs.  The class takes place bi-weekly.  This educational outcome is typically assigned to student who has violated the drug code of conduct.

DEP requires the completion of E-Toke. E-TOKE is an interactive web survey that is a brief marijuana-specific assessment and feedback tool. It provides students at colleges and universities insight into marijuana use using personalized information about their behaviors and risk factors.

Appropriate referrals include students found responsible of violation of the drug student code of conduct. A reflection paper to be submitted as part of an assessment process.

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Drug Education

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