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AlcoholEDU and Haven

Alcohol EDUAlcoholEdu for College is an online course that educates students about Alcohol. Wether you drink or not, AlcoholEdu empowers students to make well-imformed decisions and provides simple strategies to help stay safe. AlcoholEdu is mandatory for all new incoming freshmen under 21. Failure to complete the program will result in a hold preventing you from viewing your grades.


Part 1 will be available July 21st.
Part 1 is due August 27th (first day of classes).
Part 2 is due October 24th.

The AlcoholEdu Modules

The course includes:

  • Five modules of alcohol-related content

  • Case studies

  • Interactive exercises

  • Assessments of alcohol-related knowledge, attitudes and behaviors


HavenHaven: Understanding Sexual Assualt is an online program that educates students about the elements of healthy relationships, the importance of sexual consent, and the role of bystanders in creating safe, healthy communities. Haven is a mandatory program for all freshman, failure to complete the program will result in a hold preventing the student from viewing grades.


Haven is due by the end of the semester (December 10th).

The Haven Modules

The course includes:

  • Six modules of content

  • Interactive learning exercises

  • Assessments of sexual assualt-related knowledge, attitudes and behaviors

Contact Us:

Contact Health Education at (210) 458-4142, and select option 5, or email at for questions and information.


AlcoholEdu and Haven are accessed through your ASAP account only. You do not have to complete the programs in one sitting, you can log in and out at your convienence and save your progress throughout. You are required to score a grade of 70% or higher on the Part I exam and may retake the exam as many times as needed to pass.

Log in process:

  1. Log onto ASAP using Internet Explorer

  2. On the homepage of ASAP, find the AlcoholEdu or Haven logo

  3. Click on AlcoholEdu or Haven hyperlink.

  4. After completion of Part 1, there is a 45-day waiting period before you can access Part 2, you will be notified when Part 2 is available via email.