Alcohol-Wise

what is alcohol-wise?

Alcohol-Wise is an online course designed to engage college students in critical thinking about alcohol use, reduce risks associated with underage and high-risk drinking and contribute to positive social norms.  The course includes Alcohol E-Check Up to Go, developed by San Diego State University (also available on our website).  Prevention of sexual violence is addressed.  The course is delivered in two parts:  Part 1 includes questionnaires and the course content.  Part 2 is a follow-up that is taken 30-days after completion of Part 1.  This course is recommended for all new first year students attending ASU.

what do I need to take alcohol-wise?

You need:

  1. A computer
  2. Internet access
  3. An email address
  4. A JavaScript enabled Internet Browser
  5. About 75 minutes for Part 1 and 15 minutes for Part 2—you can log in and out as needed
  6. A printer (to print your participation certificate)

     

to take alcohol-wise:

  1. Go to www.3rdmilclassrooms.com
  2. Click on Begin Enrollment and choose College on the left side menu.
  3. When you are directed to Enter Control Number, enter the code ASUAW.
  4. Create your account by completing the web form and receive your password.
  5. Enter your email address and password under Student Login. 
  6. Complete Alcohol-Wise Part 1, in one or multiple visits. 
  7. Receive an email reminder 30-days after you finish Part 1 to complete Part 2.
  8. Complete Part 2 to receive your Certificate of Completion.

 

what else do I need to know before I take the course?

  • You will receive your password on the screen and by email at the end of the enrollment process.
  • You will receive an email 30-days after you finish the course reminding you to complete the required 15-minute Part 2 follow-up.
  • You will not receive your Certificate of Completion until you finish Part 2.
  • Upon completion, you will receive a completion notification by email. ASU Wellness will maintain a record of your completion for two years. However, we recommend that you save your Certificate of Completion for your records.