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FACULTY/STAFF > DEPARTMENTS & OFFICES > STUDENT LIFE > COUNSELING CENTER > DRUG AND ALCOHOL RESOURCES > ALCOHOL 101/102
Alcohol and Drug Classes

Alcohol 101
Alcohol 101 is a university course offered by the Outreach Specialist in the Counseling Center designed to educate participants about the effects and consequences that result from alcohol use and abuse.  The class is designed to prepare students to make informed decisions regarding their personal alcohol use to avoid the negative consequences associated with alcohol misuse.  Students are also introduced to the resources that are available on-campus and in the community.  Through discussions, demonstrations, and interactive activities, students develop a deeper understanding about their personal choices regarding alcoholic beverages.  Students do not need to register for Alcohol 101, but rather attend any of the below dates in the Salem Classroom.  

Alcohol 102
Alcohol 102 is a one-on-one, introspective meeting with the Outreach Specialist to discuss personal alcohol usage.  The meeting is designed for students who receive a second alcohol violation and have attended Alcohol 101 in the past.  During the meeting, the student and staff member will discuss such topics as decision making, the student's values and future goals.  Each student sanctioned to Alcohol 102 will also write a 2 page paper chronicling  their past decision making with their future goals.  Appointments for Alcohol 102 can be made by contacting Beth Lucas at counseling@rmu.edu.  

Drug 101
A student sanctioned to complete Drug 101 must attend a Drug 101 class (schedule is below) and attend a one-on-one meeting with the Outreach Specialist.  The Drug 101 class covers information on the most common drugs in the college setting.  The one-on-one meeting provides a confidential space for the student to talk about why they use drugs and create goals for their future.  Students MUST schedule both the class and the one-on-one at the same time by contacting Beth Lucas at counseling@rmu.edu  or by calling (412) 397-5900.     


2014-2015 Academic Year Dates

Alcohol 101 and Drug 101 Schedule