What is Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP)
Alcohol Skills Training Program, also known as ASTP, intends to educate students on alcohol-related behavior while increasing participants’ interest in critically examining their drinking patterns and eventually implementing the skills they learn. In doing so, participants can minimize the potential negative consequences of alcohol use through prevention, reduced consumption or abstinence. The purpose of this program is to help students who choose to drink make informed decisions about their alcohol consumption and to help them do so in a less dangerous and risky way.
Colonial Health Center staff facilitate ASTP sessions on select Fridays and Saturdays when classes are in session. The following information provides step-by-step instructions for signing up for a session.
Steps to sign up for ASTP:
- Go to our "Make An Appointment" page on the Colonial Health Center website
- Select "Schedule an appointment for medical care online."--> this will direct the student to the gwu login in page that allow them to access the online medical portal
- Input date of birth
- Select "Workshops/Groups"
- From here, the student will be able to sign-up for a listed date/time that has been scheduled for ASTP
- After selected "Sign Up" the student will be promoted with a question: "Are you sure you want to sign up for....?"
- From there, they student will be marked for the training
- Each ASTP accommodates a maximum of 25 students.
- For student groups completing ASTP, each student will need to register separately.