Alcohol Programs

Plan Your 21st Birthday: 21st birthdays can be fun and safe. Project 21 helps students avoid unwanted outcomes of drinking too much on their birthday.

The Buzz: a fun, highly praised, spirited, informative, connecting, meaningful and relevant alcohol education/ prevention program. 

eCheckup to Go: accurate and personalized alcohol feedback on your individual drinking pattern, risk patterns, and helpful resources at the UA and in the community.

AUDIT:  Have questions about your alcohol use?  This 2-minute screening can help identify if you are at risk. 

Brief Alcohol Screening & Intervention for College Students (BASICS)

BASICS has been a part of programming at Campus Health since 2002 and is offered to groups interested in alcohol programming for their individual members. Individual referrals are also welcome. As a result of student participation and evidence for the program’s effectiveness here at the UA, Campus Health was awarded a U.S. Department of Education Model Program Award in 2005. BASICS is specifically designed for college students to prevent/reduce high-risk drinking and related negative consequences through personalized feedback.

If you or your group are interested in BASICS, call (520) 621-5700.

Individual Consultation & Referral

Free individual consultations are available for students wanting to discuss alcohol, tobacco and other drug issues concerning themselves or their friends. Call (520) 621-5700 to set up a confidential meeting with a licensed professional.