Student Counseling Center


AlcoholEdu and Haven for Parents

These resources will help you understand what your student will be learning through our online mental health courses.

AlcoholEdu for parents of first-year students
As your student embarks on their college experience, he or she will have many new experiences that will influence their personal and academic growth. As their parent or caregiver, it is important for you to be prepared to have thoughtful and constructive dialogue with your student.Your first-year student has been required to take AlcoholEdu® for College prior to starting school. This information provided here will help you understand what your student will be learning as they move through the course experience.

Haven for parents
We take every part of the Adelphi experience very seriously, and we have implemented comprehensive prevention programs to help our students make the safest and healthiest decisions possible. One way we do that is to help students address critical life skills such sexual assault and relationship violence prevention. All first-year, transfer, and graduate students are required to complete Haven – Understanding Sexual Assault, an online learning program designed to engage and empower students to create safe, healthy college communities.


For further information, please contact:

Student Counseling Center
University Center, Room 310
p – 516.877.3646
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Alcohol and Drugs
Provides resources, prevention, intervention and education.
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