Drug Education Awareness (DEA) Workshop

Workshop Summary:This workshop will be conducted through Zoom. This interactive one 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.

The goal of this course 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.

You are required to have the Zoom video option turned on for the entirety of the meeting. Noncompliance with this request will be considered an absence. At the conclusion of the workshop, you will be asked to type in the chat option your CWID along with a color code that will be given to receive credit for attending this workshop.

Please note that failure to appear at this Zoom meeting may result in a disciplinary hold being placed on your student account.

*There is a $50 programming fee for this workshop. This workshop fee can be billed to your student account, paid with debit/credit, or check. Cash or checks will not be accepted in person. Once you have registered for the course a confirmation containing the Zoom link will be sent to the email address PROVIDED in the registration. Please allow 24 hours to receive this confirmation.

Click this link to register for the Fall 2020 Drug Education & Awareness Workshop.