Below please find information about Alcohol Education at Suffolk University.  If you are looking for AlcoholEdu information please go to New Student Requirements on the left navigation bar.

Alcohol Consultations

Anonymous alcohol and marijuana assessments

After completing the assessment below you will receive an anonymous personalized feedback report with important and interesting information about alcohol or marijuana in general and your individual use. 

Alcohol assessment:

https://suffolk.basicsfeedback.com/survey/SUAlcoholPublic

Marijuana assessment:

https://suffolk.basicsfeedback.com/survey/SUMarijuanaPublic

 

 

Alcohol Education Workshops

The Suffolk University Peer-Health Educators and Wellness Services is available to speak at your class or student group meeting. Please see the Order Forms tab on the left navigation control for how to request a program.

BASICS Alcohol Education Consultations

BASICS stands for Brief Alcohol Screening & Intervention for College Students. The goal of these meetings is to help students learn more about alcohol, how alcohol effects the body and help students find a positive relationship with alcohol that does not negative impact their long-term goals.

There are two ways a student can have a BASICS session: 

1) Self Referral: These sessions will help you learn more about alcohol, how to navigate social situations where it is present, how to avoid peer pressure and identify healthy drinking behaviors. If you're trying to determine if your drinking or your relationship with alcohol is unhealthy, we are here to help. Please e-mail Kelly Schumacher, Assistant Director for Wellness Education, at kschumacher@suffolk.edu to set-up a meeting.

2) Sanctions referral: When a student has an incident involving alcohol or other drugs and it is determined additional alcohol education would be beneficial a student will be sanctioned to BASICS. In these cases there are two meetings with the Wellness Services Office and instructions on setting up these appointments are provided by the Student Affairs office or Residential Life & Housing.