Members of the Emory Community can:

  • Identify low-risk behaviors related to alcohol use
  • Identify impacts of high-risk alcohol use
  • Identify resources to support and assist self and others
  • Use in a low-risk way


Alcohol Education

AlcoholEdu for College is an interactive, online program designed to inform students about how alcohol affects the body, mind, perceptions and behaviors. The research-based course helps students make healthy decisions and provides personalized feedback that encourages students to consider their own drinking decisions and those of their peers. All information is confidential and individual student responses to any of the modules are not accessible by Emory University or any other party.
AlcoholEdu for College consists of two parts. Part 1 of the course has four modules that include two surveys, a pre-quiz, and an exam. Taken in one sitting, Part 1 takes approximately 2 hours to complete. You can entire and exit the course multiple times and complete each module at your own pace.

The deadline for completing Part 1 is August 19, 2023.
Forty-five days after you complete Part 1, you will receive an email requesting you to complete Part 2 of AlcoholEdu for College. Part 2 consists of a short follow-up module and survey that should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.

The deadline for completing Part 2 is October 13, 2023.
(Failure to complete Part Two by the deadline will result in a hold being placed on you registration for Spring 2024)

Instructions to Begin

If you are concerned about your English proficiency, all video portions of AlcoholEdu for College and SAP-U have a Closed Captioning (CC) option, and all video/audio portions can be replayed as needed.

  1. Click here to access both AlcoholEdu and SAP-U, or paste the following URL into your web browser: https://admin.fifoundry.net/emory_university/sign_in  *This link is only for undergraduate students attending the Atlanta Campus*
  2. Log in using your Emory Network ID and password. Alternatively, access the modules by logging in to your account at emory.edu and navigating to the AlcoholEdu and SAP-U courses. Failure to use your Emory Network ID and password will cause you not to credit for completing the courses.
  3. For issues related directly with Foundry, Online Technical Support is available 24/7; simply click on the cog icon located next to your name. Once you click on the icon, there will be a "Help" option. This icon is available on every AlcoholEdu and SAP-U You do not need to be logged in to access Technical Support. 
  4. Each time you return to the course, you must log in. You will be taken to where you left off in the course.
Please note that the AlcoholEdu for College and SAP-U both include pre- and post-surveys that are designed to measure alcohol-related and sexual assault-related attitudes and behaviors. All survey responses are strictly confidential; Emory will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see individual students' responses.

“Think Before You Clink”

  • Ever wonder there is any truth to sweeter drinks are more likely to make you sick from alcohol or if there is any truth behind “liquor before beer, in the clear. Beer before liquor, never been sicker?” In this interactive program, students have the opportunity to ask anonymous alcohol-related questions in a safe, fun, and non-judgmental space.

“Alcohol & Us: Evaluating Out Community’s Relationship with Alcohol”

  • Are you interested in better understanding the role alcohol plays in your organization’s social life? Curious what more you could learn about creating safer spaces for everyone involved when alcohol is present? This engaging workshop will allow group members to participate in an anonymous survey assessing community norms around alcohol consumption, followed by an engaging discussion about the role alcohol plays in their social lives and at Emory more broadly.
Don’t see a program that fits your needs or have an idea for a program? Contact Elizabeth Peeler at epeeler@emory.edu.


For more information about ReStart, Emory's Collegiate Recovery Community, contact the Office of Health Promotion at ohp@emory.edu.

To help student organizations who plan to host events with alcohol, the Office of Health Promotion offers risk management planning and consultations to help organizations develop a plan that mitigates risk and reduces or eliminates associated harms. Student organizations will create a plan for hosting events with alcohol and the Office of Health Promotion will provide additional guidance and support to ensure risk management plans follow Emory University’s policies, up-to-date, and relevant for current events. Contact Elizabeth Peeler at epeeler@emory.edu to schedule a consultation. It is recommended to schedule a consultation as soon as possible during the planning of your event.

Come back for more information.

Alcohol Education

Electronic Check Up to GO, or eCHUG, is an online alcohol use assessment and feedback tool. eCHUG is an online, personalized assessment tool that lets you see how your alcohol use, family history, and campus norms affect your life and future. Its goal is to promote the responsible decision making and safe use of alcohol. eCHUG provides you with personalized feedback on:

  • Quantity and frequency of drinking, caloric intake
  • Peak Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)
  • Norm comparisons
  • Income spent on alcohol
  • Tolerance levels
  • Consequences of alcohol use
  • Genetic risk score
  • Explanations and advice
  • Referral information

eCHUG takes between 15-20 minutes to complete.

Alcohol Education


Elizabeth Peeler epeeler@emory.edu