Putting Focus on Realistic Education for Alcohol Use
In the Collegiate Setting
The CHOICES Curriculum is a collaboration
Between the NCAA and UNT. The NCAA has awarded grant funding to UNT in order to create engaging and effective programs regarding collegiate alcohol use.
The Curriculum addresses several aspects of alcohol use
Including the basics of how alcohol impacts the body, the mysteries around BAC and intoxication, physical and legal consequences and university support resources.
The CHOICES Curriculum is intended to
Increase student awareness regarding alcohol misuse and reduce risky behavior related to alcohol consumption.
The Curriculum is interactive and intended to be engaging
By including video interviews from some of your fellow students, faculty members, Deans and athletic trainers, as well as interactive questions to test your knowledge.
The Curriculum has three program audiences
Including student athletes, students who are not athletes and faculty & staff. Each has their own curriculum or set of resources that can be accessed from this site.
The CHOICES Curriculum extends beyond this training
To include on campus events, engagement with peers and administration, educating incoming freshmen, hosting sober activities and encouraging harm reduction approaches to collegiate life.
Take the CHOICES Curriculum
Navigate to the Curriculum tab to learn more about the impacts of alcohol on collegiate athletic and academic performance. The curriculum includes facts, videos, tips and other useful information about navigating the alcohol culture in collegiate settings.