Self Assessment

Self Assessment

Blood Alcohol Level Calculator
Interested in learning about blood alcohol content and how drinks affect your blood alcohol level?  Learn how drinks, time, and gender combine to influence your blood alcohol levels.

E-Chug
What does alcohol use mean to you?  How much money do you spend on alcohol per year?  How many calories are you consuming from the alcohol you drink?  Are you at risk?  Get individual feedback on your own drinking style by taking this ten minute online self-assessment. To schedule a time to go over the results of your E-Chug please visit Health Promotion.

E-Toke
What does marijuana use mean to you? How much money do you spend on marijuana per year?  How is marijuana affecting your coordination, judgment, and knowledge?  Are you at risk?  Get individual feedback on your marijuana use by taking this ten minute online self-assessment. To schedule a time to go over the results of your E-TOKE please set up an appointment through Health Promotion.

Alcohol and Other Drug Survey
The AOD Survey summarizes the AOD data collected on Georgia State University students during 2007.  The AOD Survey file is in pdf form.  Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view this file.

MyStudentBody
What do you get when you combine alcohol, tobacco, drugs, sex, nutrition, and stress? You get MyStudentbody! Learn about your own body and how to take care of it by participating in these individually paced online educational programs. The MyStudentBody program has six, fun and interactive educational modules on: alcohol, tobacco, drugs, sexually transmitted infections, nutrition, and stress management. Each module takes about 45 minutes to complete.

(To use mystudentbody, click on “GO” under the “Create an Account” section and then, type in this school code: paws)

RealAge
What is your real age?  Take this brief online assessment to find out how old you really are!

National College Health Assesment
The NCHA summarizes the National findings from the American College Health Association’s National College Health Assessment for the 2005 and 2007 academic years (ACHA, 2005; ACHA 2008). The NCHA Survey file is in pdf form.  Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view this file.