- Why Do We Drink?
- What is a Standard Drink?
- Alcohol 101
- Pouring Demonstration
- High Risk Behaviors Identification
- Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)
- Biphasic Effects of Alcohol
- Drug Interactions with Alcohol
- Sexual Consent
- Alcohol Myopia
- Alcohol and Academics
- Bar Lab Experiment
- Alcohol and Performance
- Alcohol-Induced Blackout
- Strategies for Lowering Risk
- Addiction and Dependency
- Alcohol Poisoning Symptoms and Detox
- Cost of High Risk Alcohol Use—Financially, Academically, Physically, and Personally
- How to Help a Friend
Group Presentations & Self-Referral Classes
To request a presentation for your group on topics such as:
- Alcohol Use/Abuse
- Sexual Consent
- Academic Performance
- Athletic Performance
- Alcohol’s Impact on your Student Organization and Marijuana and Other Drugs
Please fill out the “Schedule a Presentation Form”. We will contact you shortly about your request!
Are you curious about learning more about how alcohol affects your life? Sign up for a NO COST UChoose Self Referred class today!
Have you ever wondered…
- What went wrong after a night of drinking?
- What does it mean to blackout?
- How much do St. Cloud students drink?
- Does alcohol affect my academics?
- How much is too much?
- Why do you make poor choices when drinking?
- How does alcohol work?
- How many calories are in alcohol?
- Why does alcohol affect people differently?
- What does alcohol poisoning look like?
- How do I help a friend if they drank too much?
Join us for a fun and interactive presentation that will answer these questions and many more. The presentation is free and you will receive a customized blood alcohol card and other information to help U-Choose what you want from your alcohol use.
The presentation can also be scheduled for groups. Feel free to check out the Self-Referral program to determine if you want to schedule a program for your organization or team. To sign up for a Self Referral class, please call (320) 308-6175.
Created by The Division of Student Life and Development with support from the Office of the Provost