The initiatives presented here are designed to empower you to make healthier and responsible choices. If you currently are using alcohol or marijuana you owe it to yourself to obtain feedback on your usage patterns and related risk factors by taking advantage of these free, totally confidential surveys.
What are e-TOKE and e-CHUG?
The e-TOKE is an interactive Web survey that allows college and university students to enter information about their marijuana use patterns and receive feedback about their use of marijuana. The e-CHUG is an interactive Web survey that allows college and university students to enter information about their drinking patterns and receive feedback about their use of alcohol. The assessments takes about six to seven minutes to complete, are self-guided, and require no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator. No information that would identify you is required for either Check-Up.
How do they work?
When you access e-TOKE or e-CHUG, you are prompted to enter information about yourself. In addition to demographic information, you will be asked for information about your marijuana or alcohol use.
After all information has been entered, you submit the form. The information you entered is then validated and processed. The e-TOKE or e-CHUG calculates a number of variables and compares your responses to national and local college norms. Then your personalized feedback is displayed in an easy-to-read format.
Who can use e-TOKE or e-CHUG?
The only requirement is that you must be a Sussex County Community College student to complete the survey.
Are the results confidential?
Yes. Your results are confidential, and there is no way for anyone but you to see your results. Nothing that can identify you is being recorded.
Where can I complete e-TOKE?
You can run e-TOKE or e-CHUG from anywhere you have Web access. The links below will take you there.
To whom can I talk about my results?
The SCCC Student Advisement Center offers short-term personal counseling for crisis management and personal concerns including:
- Sexual abuse/domestic violence
- Anxiety /stress
- Alcohol/substance abuse
- Eating disorders
- Identity issues
- Relationship difficulties
- Setting personal or education goals
Personal Counseling is:
Please contact the Student Advisement Center at 973-300-2207 for more information or to speak with a personal counselor.