Informed Decisions is a customizable, module-based, and self-paced alcohol and other drug program with the goal of educating students through a non-judgmental and unique approach to the topic. Based in harm reduction theory and current trends, the program clarifies misperceptions and provides factual information from a fresh and realistic perspective to reduce abuse for college students, and includes specific modules on Alcohol, Predatory Drugs, Opioids, Cocaine, Fentanyl, Molly/Ecstasy, and Amphetamines/Study Drugs. Informed Decisions may be customized to meet the needs of your organization, including new member education programs, new student orientation, individual organization mission and language, and related participant data reports.  

This program is ideal for:

  • Fraternity/Sorority Members & Officers
  • New Member Education
  • New Student Orientation
  • Peer Educators

After completing this program, students will be able to:

  • Identify high risk drinking and drug abuse behavior with negative related consequence
  • Differentiate myths and misconceptions from fact and reality regarding alcohol and other drugs
  • Be empowered to make better informed decisions and choices regarding alcohol/other drugs

    1. An Overview of Alcohol & Drugs

    2. Overview Learning Check Point

    1. Alcohol 101 - Part 1

    2. Alcohol 101 Part 1 Learning Check Point

    3. Alcohol 101 - Part 2 (Greek)

    4. Alcohol 101 Part 2 Learning Check Point

    1. Predatory Drugs

    2. Predatory Drugs Learning Check Point

    1. Opioids, Opiates, & Related Pain Relievers

    2. Opioids, Opiates, and Related Pain Relievers Learning Check Point

    1. Amphetamines | Study Drugs

    2. Amphetamines/Study Drugs Learning Check Point

    1. Cocaine

    2. Cocaine Learning Check Point

About this course

  • $25.00
  • 16 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content

About the instructor

Alcohol and Other Drugs Specialist Bobby Gordon

Bobby Gordon is an award winning alcohol and other drug educator with over 20 years of experience in prevention work in higher education, having worked with multiple local communities and state and federal agencies to combat alcohol and drug abuse among college student populations.