Welcome to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's alcohol and drug awareness, prevention, and education website. This website is dedicated to providing students, staff, faculty, and parents information related to alcohol and drug issues and the college population. There are many misconceptions, myths, and misunderstandings related to substance use. Staying informed means staying safe, healthy, and successful!
ATTENTION 2013-2014 UTC FRESHMEN!
Completion of AlcoholEdu is Mandatory for all incoming Freshmen!
PART II- Look for an email to your MyMocNet Account
Completion Deadline is October 14th
STEPS FOR TAKING THE COURSE:
- Find a computer with Internet access and audio capabilities (home, UTC library, local library, cyber café, Kinko’s).
- Sign in to My Mocs Net located at utc.edu. On your home page you will find the AlcoholEdu log in information. Click on the link provided.
- On the registration page you may be asked for additional information to complete the creation of your account. You will not need to create an additional username or password.
- You may log in and out of the course at the end of each section. Section ends are marked with a “Next” button. DO NOT log out until you click the “Next” button or you will have to repeat the section you have just gone through.
- To log back into your account, always access AlcoholEdu from My Mocs Net.
Need AlcoholEdu technical assistance? Click on the "Technical Help" button located in the upper right-hand corner of every AlcoholEdu for College screen (available 24/7) or call Technical Support (866) 384-9062.
Have questions? Contact AlcoholEdu@utc.edu
Watch for the email for Part Two instructions!
Why is alcohol and drug education/information important to me?
According to the 2006 College Alcohol Survey (Anderson and Gadaleto), college and university administrators estimate alcohol is involved with:
- 27% of dropouts
- 33% of academic failures
- 58% of violent behaviors
- 59% of unsafe sexual practices
- 63% of acquaintance rapes
Not convinced yet?
In 2009 National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) reported:
- 1,825 18-24 alcohol related student deaths
Drinking and drug use can cause significant problems in all areas of your life from your grades to your relationships. A successful college experience is about making responsible choices!