Online Alcohol Education

The following information is provided to students who are assigned online alcohol education as an outcome related to a student conduct matter.  The University of Notre Dame utilizes e-Checkup To Go, a web-based alcohol education program that was developed at San Diego State University. The program is utlized on hundreds of college campuses as a tool to assist students with learning more about their relationship with alcohol. Please consider the following:

  • Plan on at least one hour to complete the program so that you have the appropriate time to reflect on the information that is presented.
  • A portion of the online program has video with associated audio.  As such, please plan on completing this program in a private space.
  • Your participation will be tracked with an anonymous ID #.  This ID # is not tied to your identity and will not be associated with your conduct file in any way.  As such, please answer the questions honestly.
  • Because the information you submit is anonymous, there is no way to retrieve your ID #.  Please be sure to save your ID # for future reference.

To complete the online alcohol education outcome, please complete the following steps. Screenshots of the pertinent pages can be found below.

  1. Visit the McDonald Center for Student Well-Being website to begin the program.
  2. Watch the 46 second video to learn about the program.
  3. Click on the approrpriate link (based on whether or not you have participated in the program before).
  4. Record your unique ID # (note: save this somewhere, as you may be asked for it in the future)
  5. Honestly answer all of the questions.
  6. When you reach the final page (labeled "page 10 of 10", complete the following:
    1. Review and save (hard copy or electronically) the "Print Results" screen.
    2. Click on the link to "print certificate".
  7. E-mail the Office of Community Standards (ocs@nd.edu) with confirmation that you completed the program.  Your may either:
  • Printing the certificate as a PDF and e-mailing the PDF to ocs@nd.edu, or
  • Printing a hard copy of the certificate and dropping it off at the office in 306 Main Building, or
  • Taking a picture of the computer screen with the certificate clearly visible and e-mailing the picture to ocs@nd.edu.

If you encounter any issues or have questions, please contact the Office of Community Standards at ocs@nd.edu.

 

STEPS 1 AND 2 - WATCH THE VIDEO AND START THE PROGRAM

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STEP 3 - RECORD YOUR ID NUMBER

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STEP 6 - CLICK ON "PRINT CERTIFICATE"

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STEP 7 - SAVE YOUR CERTIFICATE AND SEND TO THE OCS

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