UT Austin has made modifications to university operations to help slow the spread of COVID-19. The following describes how BASICS and CASICS programs will run during the spring 2020 semester.
The BASICS program aims to help students examine their drinking behavior. Separately, the CASICS program aims to help students examine their marijuana use. BASICS and CASICS are not abstinence-only programs. The student selects the programs goals, which focus on reducing risky behaviors and potential harmful consequences.
Services provided through BASICS are non-judgmental, non-labeling, and confidential. BASICS involves two meetings with a trained graduate student with the Longhorn Wellness Center office.
All UT Austin students are welcome to sign-up for BASICS and/or CASICS, although some students may be required to participate by Student Conduct and Academic Integrity.
There is no charge to participate.
Sign up for those referred to take BASICS or CASICS from Sorority and Fraternity Life, the court system, Intercollegiate Athletics, the Counseling and Mental Health Center or the Sobering Center.
Sign up for those required to take BASICS or CASICS through Student Conduct and Academic Integrity and have not received an email link to sign up on our calendar.
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