REACT Alcohol Education Class-University Health Services - Carnegie Mellon University

REACT Alcohol Education Class

REACT (Re Examine Alcohol Choices Today) Alcohol Education Class is a six-hour course, broken into 3 distinct parts, designed to assist students in making safer decisions around the use of alcohol and other drugs. The course is offered to all CMU students, and typically fulfills a court-ordered alcohol education requirement. The parts of the course must be completed in order.

The first part of the course requires an individual "Alcohol Assessment: Initial Appointment" appointment with a Health Promotion Specialist at University Health Services.
This appointment can be made via Health Services Appointment

The second part of the course requires some preparatory assignments via Blackboard and a 3-hour in person group class.

Spring 2016 group class dates*:

Saturday, January 30  from 9:00am - noon
Wednesday, March 16 from 4:30pm - 7:30pm
Saturday, May 7 from 9:00am - noon

The third part of the course requires some follow-up assignments via Blackboard and a final in-person appointment.

*Classes are limited to 15 people

Contact Lauren Aikin-Smith, Health Promotion Specialist, University Health Services, 412-268-7888, for more information.