A student found responsible for violating the Honor Code may be required to complete the Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Student (BASICS) assessment administered by the Health and Counseling Center (HCC). The purpose of this outcome is to provide the student with the opportunity to take a close look at the role alcohol plays in their life. The BASICS assessment consists of two individual 50-minute appointments with a counselor or health educator from the HCC. BASICS focuses on information gathering (an intake interview & drink tracking homework between sessions), assessments tools, and written feedback utilizing the aforementioned information obtained.
Students may set up this appointment by calling 303.871.2205. It is highly recommended that students call as soon as possible to make this initial appointment so that they are able to complete this outcome by the deadline. Students must also attend a follow-up session and may be required to complete the recommendations as determined by this assessment in order to fully satisfy this outcome. There is a $100 charge for these services. Students will have to sign the release of information form available during their session to ensure that the counselor can inform Student Conduct of compliance with this requirement. The content of the sessions will remain confidential.