eCHECKUP TO GO program for first-year students
The Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO is a brief self-assessment. All first-year students are required to complete the program. As a participant, you will receive accurate and detailed information about:
- Your alcohol use patterns and personal risk of alcohol-related harm
- Your unique family risk factors
- Harm reduction strategies
- Resources available at North Dakota State University and in our community to support individuals struggling with alcohol or other drug misuse
Follow the link below to access the eCHECKUP:
Frequently Asked Questions about eCHECKUP TO GO
- How long will it take to complete eCHECKUP TO GO?
- Generally 10 - 20 minutes.
- I don't drink alcohol, do I still have to complete eCHECKUP?
- Yes. All first-year students are required to complete the program. At NDSU plenty of students do not drink and therefore are at minimal risk from alcohol-related harm. This program can enhance your ability to continue to minimize your risk as well as be a help to fellow students.
- Why am I being required to complete eCHECKUP?
- This program is an evidence-based strategy toward accomplishing the mission and goals of the President's Council on Alcohol in Other Drugs. By participating, you are supporting an academic and social environment that is conducive to intellectual and personal development by promoting the safety and welfare of all members of the NDSU community.
- Why do I keep getting reminder emails when I've already completed eCHECKUP?
- The electronic verification component is the most commonly missed step of the program. See the detailed instructions on how to complete the electronic verification component.
- Who do I contact with questions about eCHECKUP?
Who will see my e-CHECKUP TO GO information?
All the information you enter is completely anonymous and will only be able to be viewed by you. Information you provide will not affect your standing at this university.
As part of the First-Year student requirement,you are asked to verify your completion by entering your NDSU ID, email, and first and last name. However, administrators viewing your electronic verification component will not be able to see your eCHECKUP responses.