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    Hamline University understands that the college experience extends far beyond academics, with the social development skills practiced during these years providing the foundation for future success. Students are faced with many challenges during their college years including exposure to alcohol and drugs. Our dedicated team of educators and college health professionals is always looking for innovative ways to enhance our comprehensive alcohol and drug strategy.

    MyStudentBody tackles the most relevant health issues for college students today, including alcohol, drugs, sexual health, nutrition, stress, and tobacco. This interactive, comprehensive program provides valuable information, and aims to improve your daily life and all around health.

    Hamline requires first year students to complete the MyStudentBody online courses about alcohol and drugs by September 6. All Hamline University students are encouraged to use this site as a resource for up-to-date information on relevant health issues. Log-in information follows.

    1. Go to mystudentbody.com and click REGISTER NOW to create your User Name.

    2. Put piper in for your school code, and then follow the prompts for demographic and personal information.

    3. You will be taken to the MyStudentBody Lobby, where you can access all of our topic areas. Review all items of interest.

    4. Choose the topic area (Alcohol, Drugs, Nutrition, Tobacco, Stress, Sexual Health) you wish to review and follow any prompts you receive.

    5. To return to the MyStudentBody Lobby and review a different health topic, click on the round MyStudentBody logo in the upper left corner.

    6. If you are required to go through the MyStudentBody-Alcohol course, click on the “Start Your Course” link on the main content page for the Alcohol module and choose the appropriate course.

    First year students are required to take the Freshman course

    Transfer students are required to take the General course

    Students rely on their parents for support and guidance throughout their college career. MyStudentBody-Parent gives you information about how you can help your student face challenges related to alcohol and drugs head on. We encourage you to visit MyStudentBody-Parent for practical suggestions and strategies to ease the transition to school. Video conversations, interactive tools, and school specific information will help you feel more confident while talking with your student. You can access the program by going to mystudentbody.com and creating an account using piperparent as the school code.

    For more information about this innovative online approach, including research results, please visit www.mystudentbody.com/ABOUT/findoutmore

    We are happy to provide this service to you and your students. Please feel free to share any questions or comments that you may have with regard to our on-campus alcohol and drug policy and practices. Together we will help your student succeed!

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