Students may be assigned to attend an educational workshop if they are found responsible for a violation of University policy or as part of an informal agreement.

Due to the University’s recent decision to instate COVID-19 prevention measures, educational workshops will be moved to virtual educational courses. All educational workshop will be conducted through Zoom. Select the registration page for the workshop that you were assigned to attend. Once you have registered, log-in information regarding the course will be sent to the email provided in the registration.

Alcohol Education Workshop

In collaboration with UAPD, this two-hour workshop encourages students to identify ways to make more responsible choices to avoid negative consequences of alcohol. The course reviews city laws regarding alcohol usage as well as its effects on the mind and body.

Capstone Character Ethics and Values Workshop

In collaboration with the UA Career Center, this interactive two-hour workshop reviews integrity and the components of ethical decision-making. The workshop allows students to reflect on their specific situation, to explore personal ethical decision-making, respect the rights of others and to encourage students to assume personal responsibility for their decision making at UA.

Drug Education Awareness Workshop

This interactive hour workshop is specifically designed to provide an educational opportunity for students who are cited for a first time for possession of marijuana either in the community, on campus, or in the residence halls. The workshop reviews campus policy and state laws regarding marijuana as well as its effects on the mind and body. The goal of this workshop is to encourage students to identify ways to make responsible decisions in regards to marijuana. It also provides awareness of the potential consequences for using and possessing marijuana. This workshop is facilitated by a retired DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) agent. 

Stop Before You Pop: Anger Management Workshop

In collaboration with the UA Counseling Center, this two-hour workshop is for students who find that they have a difficult time managing and controlling their anger responses. It contains both a psycho educational and supportive processing component that focuses on helping the members identify their own stressors and triggers while building skills to help handle tense situations in a constructive, positive way.