ALCOHOL AND DRUGS MISUSE

You might be exposed to and consume alcohol and drugs during college. At Illinois, we have the resources to help you to stay safe.
ACE IT

ALCOHOL CULTURE EXPLORED: INTERACTIVE TRAINING (ACE IT) 

Whether or not you choose to drink, ACE IT is offered in partnership with New Student Programs and is required for all new undergraduate and transfer students under the age of 21. As you enter Illinois, the training is automatically added to your Canvas Learning Management System. 

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CAAP

CREATING ALTERNATIVE ALCOHOL PLANS (CAAP) 

CAAP provides an opportunity for learning and personal growth through discussion and group interaction. If you are interested in examining your alcohol use, you are welcome to attend, but some students are mandated to take the class as a result of past behaviors.   

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MIC

MARIJUANA INFORMATION CLASS (MIC) 

This life skills program will allow you to attend a workshop session if you are concerned with your marijuana use and want to learn strategies for safer use. This class is also for those who have experienced negative consequences related to their marijuana use.  

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HaRPs

HARM REDUCTION PEERS (HaRPs)

HaRPs are trained volunteers that provide outreach and education on safe alcohol and drug use. Volunteers will meet at times designated by the group, determine projects for the semester, and receive ongoing training from the program coordinator and graduate assistant. 

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Helpful Resources

Core Campus Resources

24 Hour Resources

After Hours Support

  • Emergency Dean After Hours Support for Health and Safety Emergencies for Students