Student Wellness Services

Office of Wellness Education


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The e-CHUG (Electronic Check-Up and Go) 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 assessment takes about 6-7 minutes to complete, is self-guided, and requires no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator. This is your opportunity to remain honest with yourself about your habits. If you are concerned with the results of e-CHUG, please print out your results and set up an appointment with one of our counselors to discuss them.

Please click here or the image above to access e-CHUG. When you first access the assessment, you are prompted to enter personal information about yourself. In addition to demographic information, it will ask you to enter information about your drinking habits, family history, and to complete the World Health Organization's AUDIT.

You will be assigned a personal ID#. Please remember this number for future use of your account, so that you may revisit e-CHUG in the future.


After all of the information has been entered, you submit the form. The information you entered is then validated and processed. The e-CHUG calculates a number of variables and compares your responses to national and local college norms. Then, your personalized feedback is displayed in standard HTML format.

This self-assessment is anonymous and confidential. The information you supply and the results of the assessment are not tied to your CCSU ID number and are not distributed to the Counseling and Wellness Center or any department within the University.


Please contact the Office of Alcohol and Drug Education at 832-1948 if you are concerned with your results and would like to setup an appointment with a counselor.



Self-assessments provided by Central Connecticut State University's Counseling and Wellness Center are for educational purposes only. They are not intended to treat or diagnose a situational or permanent medical condition and are not a replacement for proper medical care. Do not use this information to diagnose or treat a physical or mental health problem without consulting a qualified health or mental care provider. If you find that you are concerned with some of the results, please contact the Office of Alcohol and Drug Education to setup an appointment at (860) 832-1948.     In the case of emergency, always dial 911.