Need to Take E-Chug or E-Toke for a Class?

Electronic Check-Up to Go for Alcohol (e-Chug) and Marijuana (e-Toke) are self-assessment and personalized feedback tools that CROSSROADS makes available to the campus. These are evidence-based programs developed and housed at San Diego State University.

e-Chug and e-Toke are anonymous tools. You will notice that you never give identifying information during the assessment and UNCW neither hosts the software nor can track your personal usage of the software.

So, if you need to take this for a classroom assignment, please pay attention to what your faculty member is asking you to present as proof of participation. There is a Certificate of Completion that you can print at the end of the program or you can print your personal feedback. If you close the program without printing either of those and you don't note your User ID number, you can't retrieve your information and would need to take the program again.

Here is a screen shot of the final page of e-Toke. On the right side, the top button allows you to "Print Your Feedback" and the bottom button allows you to print a "Certificate of Completion."

E-toke Screen Shot of Options After Completion

Interested in checking out other on-line tools for self-assessment? We also recommend the following sites.

Rethinking Drinking: Alcohol & Your Heath

Alcohol Use Self Assessment from the Mayo Clinic

Alcohol Screening: How Much is Too Much?

If you have concerns about your own or someone else's substance abuse, CROSSRODAS offers confidential consultations and referrals. Stop by our locations on the second floor of DePaolo Hall or the Student Recreation Center or call 910-962-4136.