WATCHDOG is an alcohol overdose intervention education program that trains students to recognize and respond effectively in alcohol emergency situations. The goal is to prevent drinking deaths on and near campus.



Training covers:

  • The bystander effect
  • Assertiveness
  • Alcohol 101
  • The signs of alcohol poisoning
  • Helping a friend in a non-emergency situation
  • Intervention procedures
  • CPR/AED certification 

We also offer opportunities for prizes and recognition after training completion.


The $20 fee covers:

  • Lunch
  • WATCHDOG t-shirt
  • Sports watch and stylus pen
  • CPR training (including CPR card)

Register for Training

Click here to register.

Upcoming Trainings:

Trainings for Fall 2014 semester to be announced. Complete the online registration form to be put on a waitlist and be the first to be notified of any upcoming training dates. 

Who can enroll?

All current students can enroll. We only admit 25 students to each of the trainings, so register now. Spots fill up fast.


Contact Georgianna Negron-Long, Health Educator for the WATCHDOG program, at:

Or, visit the Student Health Center.