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eCHECKUP TO GO

Student Health Services offers all El Camino College students the opportunity to complete eCHECKUP TO GO - a personalized, evidence-based, online prevention intervention developed by psychologists at San Diego State University. This program will give students a chance to participate in an anonymous assessment about their goals, drinking habits, marijuana or tobacco use. Students may also learn about ways to identify, prevent and interrupt sexual violence. 

Feedback is confidential, though students can access resources through the online screening if they choose.  If you'd like to speak with someone in Student Health Services after you take the assessment, please contact us to make an appointment. 

Begin the alcohol course  

The Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO will provide you with accurate and personalized feedback about: your individual drinking and risk patterns, your goals and helpful resources at El Camino College and in your community. 

Begin the cannabis course

Curious how your Marijuana use, or avoidance compares to your peers? Use the eCHECKUP TO GO tool to gain personalized feedback about your own patterns of use, as well as how to make well informed health decisions. 

Begin the tobacco course

Want to learn more about vaping or cigarette usage and how these choices can affect your overall health? This brief assessment will discuss financial costs of tobacco use and resources you can use to quit tobacco, if you need them. 

Begin the sexual violence prevention course 

Learn how to be an active bystander and prevent sexual violence by identifying: characteristics of healthy vs. unhealthy relationships, how to help a friend and defining the term "consent." This course will help you to become a well-informed, active participant in building and supporting a safe campus environment. 

Begin the values card sort course

What is important to you in your life? Do your actions match or compliment the values you think are important? Use this online tool to clarify and set priorities for what is important to you.


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What is eCHECKUP to GO?

eCHECKUP TO GO are a set of online tools that gauge an individual’s substance use and help to reduce problematic consumption using personalized feedback and risk factors. The programs are updated with the most current and reliable research available.

What kinds of topics does eCHECKUP TO GO cover?

You will be asked questions about your demographic information (age, classification, etc.), use of alcohol & tobacco and/or marijuana (depending on the course you select), good things you experience when drinking alcohol/using marijuana, risk factors, experiences with peers, money and typical expenses, concerns about your alcohol/marijuana use, performance in school and other areas, time commitments, and changes you'd like to make.

Are my answers anonymous?

All the information you enter is anonymous. Information you provide will not affect your standing at El Camino College. Do not use your student ID or name when logging in.

Please Note: If you have been required to complete the program, or if you otherwise need to receive credit for completing the program, you MUST fill-out the "Verification of Completion" at the end of the program. You may also print the personalized feedback to share with someone else, if you choose. 

How do I log back into eCHECKUP to GO?

Record the UID/Unique ID number that the program generates for you in order to access your information in the future. One easy method to keep track of your number is to take a screenshot of the number on your computer/phone.

How long is a single module?

Each module should take about 20 to 30 minutes to complete. 

 

Disclaimer:

This is not an official El Camino College web site. Although descriptive and statistical information about El Camino College has been provided by El Camino College officials, the eCHECKUP TO GO program is owned, operated, and maintained by San Diego State University. If you have questions about the eCHECKUP TO GO's use at El Camino College, please contact Susan Nilles, MSN, RN, FNP (snilles@elcamino.edu).