Saint Louis University Harm and Alcohol Reduction Program
The SHARP program was created to aid students in making more informed, better decisions regarding alcohol and other substance use. The SHARP program aims to assist students in making responsible decisions, prepare them to be a successful student at Saint Louis University and beyond, and to build strong character and integrity as a man, woman, and member of the global community.
Most students come to the program by mandate of the The Office of Student Conduct after they are involved in an incident involving alcohol or drugs. As a part of the conduct process, the student is required to complete an alcohol and/or drug assessment with the SLU Student Counseling Center. The counselor designated to provide these assessments is Jay Winig (background and contact information can be found here).
The designated counselor will conduct a thorough assessment and recommend an appropriate course of treatment for the student. There are several possible courses of action; the most common include:
- SHARP I
- SHARP II - Alcohol Advanced Course
- SHARP II - Marijuana Advanced Course
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment (click here for an example of a local IOP)
- Inpatient Treatment
- In addition to the assessment, the Office of Student Conduct may require the student to complete additional steps.
- Please note: If a counselor assigns you to SHARP II, you do not need to fill out the online registration form.
How do I register for a SHARP class?
- Be sure to familiarize yourself with all the information, requirements, and costs of the class
- Complete and submit this form
- You will be contacted soon with additional information
What are the policies on alcohol and drugs on campus?
If you have questions about the Alcohol and Drug Policies on campus please see the link below from The Office of Student Conduct - Campus Alcohol and Other Drug Policies