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Alcohol & Other Drugs

The Counseling Center is committed to helping students succeed personally and academically by making healthy and informed choices around drugs and alcohol.

Our Alcohol Education Class, and our BASICS and CASICS programs are non-judgmental and student centered, designed to provide current, relevant information about alcohol and other drugs and the effects they can have on students’ lives.

These programs also offer students an opportunity to talk with a Counselor about any other concerns they may have and to learn how the Counseling Center and/or other resources may be of assistance.

Referrals to the Alcohol Education Class, and the BASICS and CASICS programs are typically made by the Office of Student Conduct, though the BASICS and CASICS programs are available to all students.

The Counseling Center can also provide confidential consultation and referrals to any students with problems or concerns related to alcohol and drug use.

  1. Referred Learning Program (RLP)
  2. Under The Influence - Enrollment Instructions
  3. Marijuana 101 - Enrollment Instructions
  4. BASICS

Referred Learning Program (RLP)

The Referred Learning Programs (RLP) are evidence based intervention programs that are focused on increasing awareness of the impacts of Alcohol and Other Drugs. Students are usually referred to these programs, however students can choose to enroll themselves as well.

For more information, please contact the Counseling Center at counseling@keene.edu or 603-358-2437.

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.

Under The Influence - Enrollment Instructions

Under the Influence is an online alcohol education course. You’ll need access to an internet connected computer and an email address. To complete this program, please print out this page. You must follow the instructions step-by-step to successfully register and complete this program. Enrollment Instructions

Registration if You Have Done Alcoholwise, or other 3rd Millennium Course, Previously

  1. Go to https://3rdmilclassrooms.com/Enrollment/StudentLogin.aspx
  2. On the Student Portal screen, log in using the same email address and password you used for the Alcoholwise course that you completed prior to Orientation. Click “Sign In”
  3. Click “Enroll” in an Additional Course
  4. Click “Begin Enrollment” and in drop down menu click on “College”
  5. At the Find Course Control Number screen, enter in the box: KSC7 and click “Continue”
  6. At the next Enroll in Course Keene State College screen, enter your student ID number.
  7. Click “Continue”
  8. At the Confirm Course Enrollment page, review the information and click “Enroll”

You will be notified immediately when you’re successfully enrolled.

Course Completion

Begin taking the three-hour course whenever you are ready.

You may stop the program at any time; however, be sure to save your work before logging out.

You will receive an e-mail 30 days after you complete the course reminding you to log in and complete the 15-minute follow-up.

Upon completion of the course, you and the Student Conduct Office will receive a completion notification by e-mail.

Save a copy of the completion e-mail for your records.

If you have any questions, please contact the Student Conduct Office by email at StudentConduct10@keene.edu or call 603-358-2840.

Marijuana 101 - Enrollment Instructions

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.

Marijuana 101 – Enrollment Instructions

Marijuana 101 is an online marijuana education course. You’ll need access to an internet connected computer and an email address. To complete this program, please print out this page. You must follow the instructions step-by-step to successfully register and complete this program.

Registration if You Have Not Done a 3rd Millennium Course Previously

  1. Go to https://www.3rdmilclassrooms.com/Enrollment/StudentLogin.aspx
  2. On the Student Portal screen log in using the same email address and password you used for the Alcoholwise course that you completed prior to Orientation.
  3. Click “Sign In”
  4. Click “Enroll in an Additional Course”
  5. Click “Begin Enrollment”v and in drop down menu click on “College”
  6. At the Find Course Control Number screen, enter: KSCMJ and click “Continue”
  7. At the next Enroll in Course Keene State College screen, enter your student ID number.
  8. Click “Continue”
  9. At the Confirm Course Enrollment screen, review the information and click “Enroll”
  10. You will be notified immediately when you’re successfully enrolled.

Course Completion

Begin taking the three-hour course whenever you are ready.

You may stop the program at any time; however, be sure to save your work before logging out.

Upon completion of the Part 1 of the course, you and the Student Conduct Office will receive a completion notification by e-mail. This is due by the due date in your outcome letter.

Save a copy of the completion e-mail for your records.

You will receive an e-mail 30 days after you complete the course reminding you to log in and complete the 15-minute follow-up. We encourage you to do this. It does not have a due date.

If you have any questions, please contact the Student Conduct Office by email at StudentConduct10@keene.edu or call 603-358-2840.

Registration if You Have Not Done a 3rd Millennium Course Previously

  1. Go to https://www.3rdmil.com/Enrollment/FindCourt.aspx
  2. In the Find Your Course Screen, enter into the box: KSCMJ and click “Continue”
  3. In the next screen, verify that this is Keene State’s Marijuana 101 course and click “Continue”
  4. At the Enroll in Course Keene State College page, fill in all the boxes, click “Continue”
  5. At the Enroll in Course Keene State College Screen, enter your student ID number. Click “Continue”
  6. At the Confirm Course Enrollment screen, review the information and click “Enroll”

You will be notified immediately when you’re successfully enrolled. You will receive your password immediately on the screen and by e-mail.

BASICS

BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students) is a 1 to 2 session alcohol screening and discussion designed to assist students in examining their own drinking behavior in a judgment-free environment.

The goals are largely selected by the student. BASICS aims to reduce risky behaviors and the harmful consequences of drinking by increasing awareness and the use of protective behaviors. Students are generally referred to the BASICS program through the Office of Student Conduct, however the BASICS program is available to all students.

To schedule a BASICS session contact the Counseling Center at counseling@keene.edu or 603-358-2437.

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Make an Appointment

Call the front office at 603-358-2437, or visit us on the 3rd floor of the Elliot Center. We are open M-F, 8 am - 4:30 pm.

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Emergency Crisis Info

For Immediate Life Threatening Emergencies - Call 911
Or go to the Emergency Room at Cheshire Medical Center; 580 Court St, Keene, NH (603) 354-5400.

If you are in a personal crisis:

  • During office hours: Call (603) 358-2437, or visit our office on the 3rd floor of the Elliot Center.
  • After-hours, on weekends, or during breaks: Contact our on-call counselor at (603) 358-2436.

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