Educational harm reduction interventions: These initiatives are designed to empower students to make healthier and responsible choices. Among these programs are e-CHUG and e-TOKE, which are online intervention programs.
This program will ask you about your sex. The e-CHECKUP TO GO Program uses participants’ sex information to make assumptions about the average amount of water in the body and average metabolic rate, and to provide participants with sex-based normative comparisons when available. Normative comparisons and information about and water retention and metabolic rate for transgender or transsexual people, or for persons in transition, are currently unavailable or too complex to make basic assumptions.
If you are curious about the physical effects of alcohol (e.g., Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)), selecting the sex that you feel best describes your physical and hormonal makeup will likely provide the most accurate feedback. If you are interested in the social and normative aspects of alcohol use, select the group (males/females) to which you would like to be compared.
Please note that the sex identifying information will be displayed on the certificate upon completion of the program. If asked to submit your certificate as proof of completing the program, we encourage everyone to blackout the sex identifying information (male/female).
- e-CHUG: The electronic Check-Up to Go, is a brief, self-assessment that provides you with accurate, detailed and personalized feedback on your use of alcohol, and specific information and helpful resources in the Montclair State University community.
- e-TOKE: The electronic THC Online Knowledge Experience is a brief, self-assessment that provides you with accurate, detailed and personalized feedback on your use of marijuana, and specific information and helpful resources in the Montclair State University community.