Educational Workshops

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards offers educational workshops for students found responsible for violations of the Student Code of Conduct. We also partner with the Student Wellness Center to offer alcohol and drug classes. See below to learn more about these offerings and to sign up for a class.

How to Sign Up for a Workshop

In order to register for most educational workshops, you must sign up via Campuslink using the links below. Make sure you are signing up for the correct seminar described in your Outcome Letter. You will need to log in using your 6+2 username and password in the top right corner of Campuslink in order to access the official registration.

Any of the above sanction classes offered through the Student Wellness Center (noted with an *) cost $50-75 depending on the class. To pay for class, students may pay online or bring a check or money order to the Student Wellness Center in 675 Steger Student Life Center. They are not able to accept cash.

The Student Wellness Center is open Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.

Registration and payment must be received 48 hours prior to the class.

Workshop Offerings:

Decision Making Seminars

Decision Making Seminars are offered throughout the semester by the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards. These interactive seminars cover topics such as values congruence, the impact of external influences on our decisions, and what to do when faced with moral grey areas. 

ASEP (Alcohol Skills Education Program)*

The Alcohol Skills Education Program and empowers students to successfully manage their responses to the influences of alcohol.

Prime for Life - Alcohol*

Prime for Life is an evidence-based motivational program for people who might be making high-risk choices. It is designed to change participants' drinking and drug use behaviors by changing beliefs, attitudes, risk perceptions, motivations, and knowledge of how to reduce their risk of alcohol related problems throughout their lives.

DSEP (Drug Skills Education Program)*

The Drug Skills Education Program empowers students to successfully manage their responses to the influences of cannabis.

Prime for Life - Drug*

Prime for Life is an evidence-based motivational program for people who might be making high-risk choices. It is designed to change participants' drinking and drug use behaviors by changing beliefs, attitudes, risk perceptions, motivations, and knowledge of how to reduce their risk of drug related problems throughout their lives.

Healthy Masculinity Workshops

The Healthy Masculinity Workshop focuses on behavior and stereotypes that influence men's behavior and how participants can better align their behavior with their own individual identity as a man. The goal is to break down some of the harmful stereotypes and replace them with positive, restorative ones that lead to a more healthy lifestyle that is grounded in healthy masculine behavior and decision making. Workshops are offered as requested/ sanction. Contact the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards at conduct@uc.edu or (513) 556-6814 for more information. 

Late Policy

In order to ensure that all attendees are able to build trust effectively and get the full impact of the seminar, anyone who arrives later than 5 minutes to the seminar will not be able to attend the seminar that day and will have to register for an upcoming date. Please communicate with our office if this happens and thus you are not able to meet your sanction deadline.