Towson University is committed to educating the TU community on alcohol and drug abuse. All new students must complete the alcohol and other drugs prevention program through Safe Colleges.
The Alcohol and Other Drug course provided by Safe Colleges is an online course designed to educate students on the risks of alcohol and drug abuse and teach effective strategies for handling dangerous situations related to substance use.
For the Fall 2020 semester, the program will be made available on July 1st and students will have until August 15, 2020 to complete the program.
For the Spring 2021 semester, the program will be made available on December 1, 2020 and students will have until January 20, 2021 to complete it.
Make sure you have internet and audio capabilities on your computer. Follow the link to Safe Colleges and log in with your TU ID. Once logged in, students will see a list of available required courses, including the Alcohol and Other Drugs course and the Sexual Violence Prevention Program. These courses takes roughly 30 minutes and we suggest completing them in one session.
All new students at Towson University must take this program regardless if they have completed it at a prior institution.
Students who do not complete this program will have a hold placed on their account and will not be able to register for the following academic semester.