The Center for Cura Personalis offers a variety of workshops and presentations throughout the academic year for various student groups and organizations, in addition to providing consultations for students and staff.
Want to learn more about your alcohol use? Or test your knowledge about alcohol?
One way to help students assess their alcohol use and find out more information regarding alcohol is through our brief, anonymous survey called "eCHECKUP TO GO." If you are interested in taking this assessment you can find out more information in the drop down menu below.
Want to know about other opportunities through the Center for Cura Personalis?
The Center for Cura Personalis offers many more opportunities for students to reflect on and discuss the role alcohol or drug use plays in a student's life. See below for more information on those opportunities.
What is eCHECKUP TO GO?
It is an online survey for Gonzaga students. Students can take this brief, anonymous assessment at any time to learn more about alcohol, their individual use, and how their consumption of alcohol might compare to other Gonzaga students.
What does eCHECKUP TO GO do?
At the beginning of the assessment, you are asked for some demographic information and how you use alcohol. Once complete, the information you submitted is processed and compared against national and Gonzaga norms. Your personalized information will then be shown. Individualized feedback for students will provide helpful information, including:
- Quantity and frequency of drinking
- Peak Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)
- Norm comparisons
- Income spent on alcohol
- Tolerance levels
- Consequences of alcohol use
- Explanations and advice
- Referral information (for on- and off-campus resources).
What do I need to take the assessment?
- A computer
- Internet access
- 8-10 minutes
What if I have more questions about my alcohol use?
Reach out to the Center for Cura Personalis at 509-313-2227! You will be connected with a staff member who can help process through the information with you to figure out next steps.
The Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP) is a small group class that reviews alcohol education concepts, provides information about peer alcohol use and norms on Gonzaga's campus, and promotes risk reduction strategies.
Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) is an opportunity for students to meet one-on-one with a facilitator to examine their alcohol use. Students will engage in a self-reflective process and select changes they might want to make in their drinking.
Impact is another one-on-one opportunity to engage in a conversation with a facilitator about the role that drug use is playing in your life. Students will discuss and reflect on current as well as future impacts on themselves, the community, and their future.