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My Interaction with the Course

How long does this course take to complete?

It should take between 1 1/2 and 2 1/2 hours to complete Part 1 of the course. It should take between 15 and 20 minutes to complete Part 2.

You will receive an email to complete Part 2 of the course approximately 30-45 days after completing Part 1.

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Do I have to complete the course in one sitting?

No. You can complete the course in one sitting, or you can take breaks. If you take a break, we recommend that you wait until you have completed one of the Modules.

Note: Before you log out of the course, be sure to click the "Next" button at the end of a section. If you fail to do this, the system will not record your progress and you will have to repeat that section when you log back in the next time.
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Are my answers to questions confidential?

Your answers are strictly confidential. Any responses you provide to survey or Exam questions will be grouped together with other student's answers, and no one will ever connect you with your responses. The answers you submit to our free-response or journaling questions are also confidential.

If you have other questions, please refer to our Privacy Policy at the bottom of the main navigation screen.
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How will I know when I am done with the course?

AlcoholEdu is considered "complete" when you have finished all 5 Modules in Parts 1 and 2 and passed the Exam.

Please refer to the Exam section of My AlcoholEdu to check your course completion status or to get a printer-friendly certificate of completion once you have finished the course.
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When will I have to complete Part 2?

Approximately 30 to 45 days after you have completed Part 1, you will be notified by email that you should now login and complete Part 2 of the course.
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Course Navigation

How do I navigate through the course?

You may navigate through the course by using the "Next" or action buttons at the bottom of each screen.
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How do I review parts of the course that I have already seen?

To review different parts of the course, use the Course Navigation Bar on the left side of the screen.

Note: You can only review the parts of the course that you have already completed. You will not be able to access some areas of the course prior to Survey 1.

DO NOT use your browser's "Back" button to review content.
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How can I ensure that my progress in the course is saved before I logout?

You may exit the course using the "Logout" button at the top right of your screen.

Note: Before you log out of the course, be sure to click the "Next" button at the end of a section. If you fail to do this, the system will not record your progress and you will have to repeat that section when you log back in the next time.
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Logging In/Logging Back In

What happens if I lose my password?

We encourage you to write down your password or email it to yourself so that you won't forget it.

You can also use the "Lost Password?" feature on the Login page to retrieve your password or you can contact our 24/7 student technical support center.
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What if I need to change my username or password?

You can change your username or password in My AlcoholEdu under the "Course Settings" Tab.
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What happens if I forget my Login ID?

If you do not know the Login ID, please look in the materials provided to you by your institution.

If you are unable to find it, please call your institution and request it.
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How can I ensure that my progress in the course is saved before I logout?

You may exit the course using the "Logout" button at the top right of your screen.

Note: Before you log out of the course, be sure to click the "Next" button at the end of a section. If you fail to do this, the system will not record your progress and you will have to repeat that section when you log back in the next time.
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The Exam

What do I need to do to prepare for the Exam?

We recommend that you take notes on core content before taking the Exam. You may also review parts of the course that you have already completed by using the Course Navigation Bar on the left side of the screen.

Once you start the Exam, please keep the following things in mind to avoid being forced to retake the Exam:

If you have any problems while taking the Exam, please use the "Technical Help" button at the top right of your screen.
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When will I get the Exam?

You will get the Exam in Module 4: Review and Exam.
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What do I need to get on the Exam to pass it?

Each institution sets its own requirements for passing the Exam. Please check with your Administrator or refer to messages in the course from your institution to know the specific requirements set by your school.
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Can I retake the Exam if I don't pass it?

Yes. If you fail the Exam, you can retake it.

If you fail the Exam, the course will direct you to My AlcoholEdu where you can find a link to retake the Exam.
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Who gets the Exam score(s)?

Your institution will be notified of your final Exam grade. How you answered particular Exam questions is kept confidential and not reported.
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AlcoholEdu

What is AlcoholEdu?

AlcoholEdu® is an online alcohol prevention program used on more than 500 college and university campuses nationwide. This Population-Level Prevention® program is designed to challenge students' expectations about alcohol while enabling students to make healthy and safe decisions.
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Who is behind AlcoholEdu?

AlcoholEdu has been developed by EverFi Inc., a Massachusetts-based company founded to address epidemic-level public health issues that affect educational, corporate, and government institutions.
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Why am I being asked to take this course?

The purpose of AlcoholEdu is to help you make healthy and safe decisions about alcohol while attending college.

We are focused on preventing harm and making it less likely that you - or other students - will have problems because of your own or someone else's drinking.

Most students find the course interesting and helpful, and most recommend it for their friends.
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