Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Program (ASAP)
Got Busted? Start Here!
The ASAP Program incorporates three components:
Students meet with ASAP program staff to discuss the incident, the details provided in your intake assessment, and your plans to avoid future trouble.
Personalized referrals are provided, depending on the outcomes of this conversation.
Self-reflection is an important part of changing your behavior.
You'll have the chance to reflect on your substance use patterns and your decision-making process so you can identify where a change may need to be made.
You can’t make an informed decision if you’re not fully informed! Unfortunately, there’s a lot of misinformation out there about alcohol and cannabis. Education is the biggest component of the ASAP program, but we’re not here to tell you what to think, we’re here to give you the facts, based on science and research. Your job is to think critically about the information you’re given and make decisions for your own future.
Keep in mind, your entire sanction must be completed within the semester that you were referred to, so pay attention to the timelines given for each step!
Schedule Initial Assessment. You can schedule your own appointment online with either Rochelle or Justin. Your appointment must occur within 30 days of your referral. Please use your student email account when booking this appointment.
Please note: Do not wait to schedule your appointment! Appointment slots are limited, and our schedule fills up quickly!
Complete your Intake Form & Pre-Test. This should be completed at least 24 hours prior to your individual ASAP assessment. You WILL be rescheduled if your forms are not completed. Please note: please use your Weber email address when completing the Intake and Pre-Test forms. Do not use a private email address.
Attend your individual ASAP assessment. Your individual assessment may be held in person or over Zoom and should be completed within 30 days of your referral.
Complete the appropriate E-Checkup To Go module(s). Depending on your referral, you may be assigned to complete one or both of the E-Checkup To Go modules for alcohol and/or cannabis. You will be given instructions on how to complete your assigned module(s) at your individual assessment appointment.
Attend an ASAP Workshop. In-person workshops are scheduled throughout the semester, at various times and days of the week to accommodate a variety of student schedules. You will need to attend one workshop before the end of the semester, though you may choose the session most convenient for your schedule.
Complete your Post-Test. A post-test link will be provided after completion of the ASAP workshop and eCHECKUP to Go module.
Clearing your Sanction
Upon completion of all components of the ASAP program, you will be provided with a letter of completion. Participation in the ASAP program will clear your University-level sanction related to the Student Alcohol and Drug Policy (PPM 6-10). Additional sanctions may be imposed from your referral source (housing, athletics, program/department policies, etc.).
YOU are ultimately responsible to ensure that your sanction is cleared. Your entire sanction should be remediated by the end of the semester.
What if I have schedule conflicts or I need to reschedule?
You should make every arrangement possible to make sure that you are able to complete the ASAP program. Please consider your schedule carefully when scheduling your appointments to avoid scheduling conflicts.
That said, we know that things happen and we will allow you to reschedule with our office ONCE. If you are no longer able to attend an appointment, please notify our office as soon as possible. If you no-show an appointment, rescheduling is at our discretion.
Failure to complete program requirements as outlined above will result in a direct referral to the Student Conduct Officer.