Commonwealth Hall, Ground Floor
Student Health Services
715 S. New Street
West Chester, PA 19383
Email: (for general questions only. Please call for appointments) email@example.com
New Students entering for fall 2017: You received an e-mail on July 30 about the required online alcohol education and Sexual Assault Prevention modules.
If you completed a similar program at another school, it is your responsibility to get the verification
and e-mail it to:
If you have technical problems with the online program, call the program administrator (Campus Clarity) at 800-652-9546. Firefox and Google Chrome seem to be the best web-browsers to use.
Do you drink alcohol? How many calories do you typically drink in a week? How much money do you spend in a month? How does your alcohol use compare to other WCU students and students in the US?
Take 8 minutes to get personal, confidential feedback about alcohol use with the eCHECKUP Alcohol. Want to talk about the results? Call a member of our Alcohol Education Staff and set up a time to talk
Start the alcohol survey below. Read the questions carefully and remember:
IF YOU ARE COMPLETING THIS AS PART OF THE BASICS PROGRAM, BE SURE TO EMAIL THE SURVEY CODE TO YOURSELF ON PAGE 2 OF THE SURVEY.
Do you smoke marijuana? How much money do you spend in a month? How does your use compare to other WCU students and students in the US?
Take 5 minutes to do the eCHECKUP TO GO: Marijuana and get personal, confidential feedback about marijuana use. Want to talk about the results? Call a member of our Alcohol Education Staff and set up a time to talk.
Alcohol Education Workshops Fall 2017
FIrst Year Students Only. Registration is required. Please register for the first workshop you are free to attend to avoid having a "hold" placed on your account. Workshops will be added as needed.
✔ No judgment
*BASICS does not fulfill requirements for a DUI evaluation or class.
Most people who are successful in quitting tobacco use do these things:
We are here to help!
There are many local meeting places and times. Times do change, so please call to confirm. Click the Find a Meeting link on the left and select a location and time.
If you would like to meet another student to attend with, please contact the ATOD staff through the Student Health Center.
If you would like assistance with your insurance or setting up an appointment, please contact the ATOD staff through the Student Health Center.
Meet others who live, or have lived, with the problem of alcohol abuse or alcoholism.
For a complete list of locations, visit Sobriety Online and use the Find A Meeting search.
Students receive an email in fall and spring semesters with information required by the Drug Free Schools Act. All resources are listed below.
A guide for parents and family members looking for guidance about how to help a child who is using substances (or engaging in other risky behaviors).