Dear First-Year / Transfer Student,
Congratulations on being accepted to The College of New Jersey! We join you in celebrating this achievement and want to assist you in your continued success throughout your collegiate journey. While in college, you will be faced with many choices and your decision-making skills will be challenged in both academic and social settings. Our goal is to help enhance your ability to make safe and healthy choices along with academic success in college, particularly related to alcohol and other drugs.
We respect your right to make your own choices and support those who choose not to drink. Above all, we aim to create a community in which the behavior of a few does not infringe upon the right of others. To help foster that environment, we are taking a proactive stance.
Nationwide, the statistics on college campuses are staggering: 1,700 students die each year in alcohol-related incidents, 600,000 suffer alcohol-related injuries, and 700,000 are assaulted by someone who has been drinking.
To address this pervasive issue, it is The College’s expectation that all entering students complete the online educational program, Not Anymore – Alcohol and Other Drugs. Not Anymore – Alcohol and Other Drugs incorporates contemporary research and is driven by cutting-edge educational theories and approaches.
In order to complete the, Not Anymore – Alcohol and Other Drug course, you will need to earn a score of 75% or above. The Alcohol Drug Education Program (ADEP) will monitor your progress to ensure your completion of the course no later than Wednesday, August 23rd.
- Login at: https://studentsuccess.org/SSO/tcnjalc
- You will be asked to input your TCNJ username and password.
- Follow the instructions provided. To re-enter the program and start where you left off previously, simply follow the instructions above. You will retain access to the program through the school year for reference purposes.
Thank you in advance for your diligent participation in this critical program. Through the, Not Anymore – Alcohol and Other Drug program, and other campus efforts and resources, we are becoming a nationwide model for a safer campus.
Should you have questions regarding the program, or how to login, please contact Stephanie Bond, Health and Wellness Program Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 771-2451 Forcina Hall Room 308.
Joe Hadge Assistant Director, Alcohol Drug Education Program (ADEP)