Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test
The Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test (AUDIT) is a survey used across the country for basic alcohol use screening. It is a ten question survey given by a master's degree student in the College of Social Work who also works in the Substance Abuse Prevention and Education office located in the Russell House.
For successful completion of this sanction, you must complete the following:
- a pretest one week prior your AUDIT appointment
- the AUDIT assessment (in Byrnes 201)
- the AUDIT post-test within 48 hours of your AUDIT assessment appointment
- a brief follow-up meeting to address progress on your goals
- if recommended, a subsequent group equitable with your score
In total, completion of numbers 1-4 takes only approximately 1 ½ hours, and is completely free.
Please complete the appropriate surveys below:
Pretests (within the week prior to your AUDIT appointment):
If you had an alcohol policy violation: http://studentvoice.com/usc/AUDITprealcohol2010
If you had a drug policy violation: http://studentvoice.com/usc/AUDITpredrugs2010
Posttest (within 48 hours after your AUDIT appointment):
If you had an alcohol policy violation: http://studentvoice.com/usc/AUDITpostalcohol2010
If you had an drug policy violation: http://studentvoice.com/usc/AUDITpostdrugs2010
SAPE, OSC, and the College of Social Work share the goals of keeping our students safe and healthy. We hope that you found your AUDIT experience to be personalized, helpful, and supportive of these goals.