Referred Learning Programs
The Referred Learning Programs (RLP) are evidence based, intervention programs. Students are usually referred to these programs, however students can choose to enroll themselves as well.
RLP are facilitated by the Coordinator of Wellness Education from the Center for Health and Wellness and the Alcohol and Drug Counselor from the Counseling Center.
For more information, please contact Tiffany Mathews, Coordinator of the Referred Learning Programs and Coordinator of Wellness Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-358-2890.
Under the Influence
The "Under the Influence" program is a 3-hour online alcohol education class. Students are usually referred to this program if they have violated the Keene State College alcohol policy; however, this program is available to all students. This program assesses current behaviors though a self-assessment tool (e-CHUG), educates students about alcohol and harm reduction techniques, and identifies on and off campus resources. You'll need access to an internet-connected computer and an e-mail address to complete this program.
The "Marijuana 101" program is an online education course. This course discusses marijuana's effects on the brain, health issues, school and job performance, and the consequences and realities of using marijuana. This intervention course also includes the e-TOKE self-assessment. You'll need access to an internet-connected computer and an e-mail address.
The "CHOICES" program is a brief alcohol abuse and other drug prevention program, consisting of an assessment, consultation, and journaling during 2-3 sessions with the Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor, Beth Mundahl. A student must have completed "Under the Influence" before enrollment into this program. To enroll in this program, please e-mail Beth Mundahl at email@example.com.
Phoenix House Referral
To enroll in this program, please e-mail Beth Mundahl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The "BASICS" program is a Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students who were in high risk situations and required special treatment, such as hospitalization or protective custody. This program consists of six educational requirements, including an initial meeting with the Coordinator of Wellness Education, a Wellness Check by the Nurse Practitioner, a three-hour online course, and two sessions with the Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor from the Counseling Center. To enroll in this program, please contact the Coordinator of Wellness Education, Tiffany Mathews, at email@example.com.