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Coronavirus Update

In-person classes will not resume for the spring semester. Classes resumed through remote instruction on March 30 and will continue until the end of the semester. Find full details of changes to the University’s schedule and operations, and additional information regarding our response to COVID-19 at www.hartford.edu/health-coronavirus.

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Alcohol and Drug Prevention

The University of Hartford affirms its institutional role of encouraging mature reflection and a free choice of alternatives, which may include the decision to use substances. The guiding principles in this choice should be education, respect, cooperation, and accountability.

At the Health Education and Wellness Center staff provides various educational primary prevention strategies addressing alcohol and other drug abuse. These include motivational interviewing, online education such as Campus Clarity and E-Checkup for drug use, as well as collaborative partnerships with both Counseling and Psychological Services and Student Health Services and various community resources. The focus of our work is on education, personal assessment, and risk reduction.

Required Online Education

Before students start school at UHart, they must completed required online education on a range of important topics, including alcohol policies. AlcoholEdu is a two-and-a-half-hour curriculum about alcohol designed for students, including non-drinkers, light to moderate. New students will receive an email invitation to start this required summer learning in late July.

Parent Resources

First-year college students are considered an at-risk population for increased alcohol consumption. Help lower alcohol consumption during your student’s first year at college. Use the Parent Handbook Guide to talk with college students about alcohol.

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