Marijuana and alcohol use online assessments.

Have you ever wondered how your alcohol or marijuana use compares to other UMSL students?

Have you ever wondered how much of your time and money is devoted to alcohol and/or marijuana?

Have you ever been curious about how many cheeseburgers worth of calories you drink each month?

Get the answers to these and many other questions with e-CHUG and e-TOKE!

e-CHUG (electronic Check-Up to Go) and e-TOKE are free and anonymous online surveys that gather information and give you feedback about your drinking and marijuana usage. Its goal is to provide you with information about how your drinking and/or marijuana habits compare to other people and to assist you with making responsible choices about usage. Each assessment takes about 20 minutes to complete, is self-guided, and requires no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator. When you access e-CHUG or e-TOKE, you are prompted to enter information about yourself. It will ask for demographic information, as well as information about your drinking or marijuana habits and family history, but does not ask for your name. After completing the questions, you will receive personalized feedback about your usage and how it compares to other students both nationally and at UMSL.

To access e-CHUG or e-TOKE, just click on one of the following links:

e-CHUG:     (Alcohol assessment)

e-TOKE:      (Marijuana assessment)

For questions or more information, contact Counseling Services' Psychologist Dr. Chris Sullivan at 314-516-5711 or