About the AlcoholEdu online course at IUB
On this page:
- What is AlcoholEdu?
- Who is required to take this course?
- What is the passing score?
- How do I log in?
- What if I have technical issues while taking AlcoholEdu?
- What are the deadlines?
- How long is it?
- Where can I direct other questions about AlcoholEdu?
- Do parents participate?
What is AlcoholEdu?
AlcoholEdu for College offers a confidential, personalized experience for each student. The course includes:
- Five modules of alcohol-related content featuring videos, blogs, instant messaging (IM) chats, and comics
- Helpful tools, such as a BAC calculator and map of US laws
- Discussions on policies and issues related to alcohol
- Safe strategies for parties and tips for helping friends
- Access to a social networking site
Who is required to take this course?
This course is required for all first-year and transfer Indiana University Bloomington students; failure to take the course will result in a hold on course registration for the next semester (i.e., checklisting). Students must complete both parts of the course; this includes retakes if the student fails the first portion of the course. The second portion is a short follow-up survey.
What is the passing score?
Students must score 75% or higher on the exam in order to pass the course.
How do I log in?
Go to the Alcohol EDU
gateway and log in with your IU Network ID. You will be
redirected to the AlcoholEdu site, and prompted to enter
C151351A as your initial login. You will then create a
profile, specifying a new login name and password only for
AlcoholEdu. These same credentials will be used to access the second
part in October.
What if I have technical issues while taking AlcoholEdu?
Call the Outside the Classroom tech-support line toll-free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 866-384-9062.
What are the deadlines?
- Students will not be able to log into the AlcoholEdu site until July 17.
- Part 1 (modules, pretest, exam) must be completed by August 13.
- Part 2 (final short survey) must be completed by October 8.
How long is it?
Part 1 will take 2-2.5 hours, in multiple sessions; part 2 will take about 15 minutes.
Where can I direct other questions about AlcoholEdu?
email@example.com with other
Do parents participate?
Parents are also offered and encouraged to take an AlcoholEdu for Parents
course. Use the login name
Note: Students will not receive credit if they access the parent version of the course.
Last modified on August 09, 2012.