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Alcohol & Drug Education

Attention Freshmen

All incoming freshmen students are required to take AlcoholEdu for College prior to arriving on campus in August 2012.  Students will receive log-in information through their Creighton email account. 

  • Access to the course begins on Wednesday, July 25, 2012
  • Part I of the course must be completed by Monday, August 13, 2012
  • 45 days after completing Part I, students will receive an email prompting them to complete Part II of the course
  • Part II of the course must be completed by Monday, October 22, 2012

Please note: You must receive a grade of 80% or higher to pass and receive credit for the course

Questions?  Email us


Center for Health & Counseling
Peer Education At Creighton (PEAC)
Public Safety
Center for Student Integrity
Creighton Student Handbook

Alcoholics Anonymous
      CALL: (402) 556-1879
Lutheran Family Services

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism
NIAAA Task Force on College Drinking
American Council on Alcoholism

AlcoholEdu will be available on July 25

AlcoholEdu is a required online program for all incoming freshmen students.  Please check out our AlcoholEdu page for more information, including how to log-in to the program.

Creighton University expects its students to abandon high-risk drinking.

The BLUE ZONE supports students in abandoning high-risk drinking and serves as a guideline for safe decision-making around alcohol use.

"This educational approach to alcohol is Creighton’s way of setting up students for success with the choices they are beginning to make as young adults. It is also an approach that challenges students to remember their responsibility to themselves and their own personal health as well as to the greater community."  -excerpt from Creighton Student Handbook, page 33



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