Saint Anselm College has partnered with EverFi, whose mission is to help students address critical life skills such as alcohol abuse prevention and financial literacy in high schools and higher education institutions across the country. Each year over 1/2 million students complete AlcoholEdu for College - their online, non-opinionated, science-based alcohol abuse prevention course.
As part of our comprehensive alcohol prevention program, Saint Anselm College will expect each member of the first-year class to complete AlcoholEdu. Whether you drink or not, this course will empower you to make well-informed decisions about alcohol and help you better cope with the drinking behavior of your peers.
You may begin AlcoholEdu for College any time after July 27, 2015.
To fulfill Saint Anselm College requirement you must achieve the following:
- Complete the Final Exam with a 70% or higher
- Complete Part 1 (approx. 2-3 hours) by: August 24, 2015
- Complete Part 2 (approx. 15 min) by: October 29, 2015
To begin AlcoholEdu for College you will need a computer with an internet connection.
- EverFi Registration Web site »
- Enter your AlcoholEdu for College Registration Code
If you already have an EverFi higher education account, visit the above URL and click "Log In" (top right). Once signed in, go to your settings to add the Registration Code.
Should you experience any difficulties or require support, the AlcoholEdu online technical support center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Simply click the "Help" button located in the upper right-hand corner of every AlcoholEdu for College screen. You do not need to be logged into the course to access the help site.
- You may take the course in multiple sittings. Sections end with a "Next" button. DO NOT log out until you click the "Next" button or you will have to repeat the section.
- The course may include surveys to help personalize your experience and measure students' alcohol-related attitudes and behaviors. All survey responses are confidential; the school will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see individual students' answers.