AlcoholEdu is an online interactive science-based program that provides detailed information about alcohol and its effects on the body and mind. The goal is to assist students in making well-informed decisions regarding alcohol, and help cope with drinking behaviors of peers

***Part One has opened as of August 18, 2019.

Due Dates

  • Part One — Deadline: September 3, 2019 (Complete all sections in part 1 including the exam) If not completed, a hold will be placed on your UCF account preventing registration for future semesters.
  • Part Two — Deadline: October 7, 2019  (Remember part two will not open for 30 days after completing part one)


  • Print out the completion certificate at the end of the program for your records in case there are any technical difficulties
  • For questions, concerns, or more information, send an email to or call 407-823-0196.

For Parents & Family Members of UCF Students

Everfi, the creators of the AlcoholEdu module, has a Parent Resource Center on their website. The link is


2019 summer and fall admitted First-Time-In-College (FTIC) Freshmen and Transfer students are required to complete both two parts) sections associated with the AlcoholEdu program. You have to be registered for classes before the program will open for you. You just need to click on Alcoholedu on your to do list and you will be taken to Everfi Alcoholedu.

The AlcoholEdu module has opened as of August 14, 2019.

When prompted through notification on your to-do-list on your myUCF page:

  1. Access to the module will be available within 24 hours of your registration.
  2. After you have registered for classes and have received your Knights email, you will be ready to register for the AlcoholEDU program.
  3. Log in to the myUCF portal
  4. Click on Alcoholedu on your to do list
  5. Students must score an 80 or better on both parts to consider successfully completed
  6. 45 days after successfully completing Part One, the second module will be open for you to complete.
  • Successful completion of both sections of the AlcoholEdu program with a score of 80% or higher
  • The requirement will be removed from your to do list within 24 hours of completion of part two