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Online Marijuana Awareness Program

As part of Earlham College’s commitment to wellness, we take seriously the impacts that the use of marijuana can have on students’ academic success, health and relationships. Though most students choose not to use, we want you to be aware of campus resources that can assist you or others you may know who would benefit from more information.

For this reason, the College asks you to complete the eCHECKUP TO GO. This online marijuana awareness program is confidential so only you will have access to your answers.

The program takes approximately 20-25 minutes to complete. At the end, you will be asked whether you would like to electronically verify with a College official that you have completed the program.  The verification does not disclose your responses. You must fill out the fields for:

  • Your Name: (first and last, please)
  • Your Email Address: (the email you commonly use)
  • Earlham College ID Number: (simply type in four random numbers, i.e., 1234)
  • Send my verification to: (in the dropdown menu select - Shane Peters)  Shane Peters is the Associate Dean of Student Development.

If you have questions or would like more information, please contact the Student Life Office at 765-983-1311.

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