AlcoholEdu® for College

What is AlcoholEdu®?
AlcoholEdu®is an online, research-based alcohol responsibility program that provides a tailored educational experience focusing on the impact of alcohol on the mind and body.

Who takes AlcoholEdu®?
All first-year freshmen are required to complete the course.

What is the course process?



When I enter my ESU username and password, I see a blank screen or receive an error message. What should I do?

Step 1:Clear your browser's cache and cookies:

Step 2: If doing this does not work, you will need to try and login using a different browser from the one you're currently using.

Step 3: If you are still unable to login successfully, you will have to login from another computer, as this issue is specific to the computer you're currently using.

When will the course be available?
June 30,, 2015.

I am a transfer student. Do I need to complete AlcoholEdu®?
No, only first year freshman are required to complete the course. However, many fraternities, sororities, and organizations require their members to take the course. If you are interested in taking the course, please contact Donna Drake at or (call) 620-341-5222.

What will happen if I do not complete AlcoholEdu® course?
If you do not complete Part 2 of the course, a hold will be placed on your ability to view your final grades.

Can you tell me where on campus I can use a computer to complete AlcoholEdu®?
Computers are available through IT Help. Visit 

I am having technical problems, what should I do?
Should you experience any difficulties or require support, the AlcoholEdu® Online Technical Support Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Go to and simply click on the "Help" button located in the upper right-hand corner of every AlcoholEdu® for College screen or call 1-866-384 9062. You do not need to be logged into the course to access the Help Site.

I am not sure if my computer meets the technical requirements to support the course.
Click here to view the minimum system technical requirements. If you do not have ready access to a computer that meets the minimum technical requirements, you may try using a computer at a local library, copy center or community center.

I would like to speak to someone at Emporia State University regarding the course. Who should I contact?

Donna Drake at or (call) 620-341-5222