AlcoholEdu for College is a online alcohol education program available to the entire Longhorn community. The confidential and personalized program comes in two parts. Because The University of Texas cares about students’ health, safety, and academic success, the University expects every incoming first-year / freshman and transfer student under the age of 21 to complete AlcoholEdu for College.
The University of Texas at Austin has joined other top schools in the country in offering AlcoholEdu for College. Whether you are an abstainer or drinker, the program, designed to empower students, helps you to make well-informed decisions about alcohol, respond to the drinking behavior of peers, and achieve your academic goals.
AlcoholEdu is not a lecture about alcohol. Rather, it is a program for college students who are thoughtful about life choices or who have a shared commitment to the health and welfare of others.
If you have any questions on the programming that we offer, please feel free to contact the UT AlcoholEdu Implementation Team at:
Alcohol Education Program for Minors
The 6-hour Alcohol Education Program for Minors (AEPM class) satisfies the educational requirement associated with AEPM, MIC, PI, and DUI citations and court-ordered alcohol education for minors in the State of Texas. If a judge or attorney has asked you to complete an alcohol education class, the AEPM class is appropriate for you.
AEPM classes at UT are available to currently-enrolled UT students only. If you are not a UT student, or if our class schedule does not meet your needs, click the link below for other AEPM class providers in Austin.
Come by our office (SSB 1.106) to sign up for an MIP class or call 475-8252 for more information. Charges are involved. Class size is limited, and classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.