Ethical Decision Making
The purpose of the Ethical Decision Making Seminar is to help students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills to be able to make appropriate and confident college-level decisions. Students will participate in a variety of activities that explore ethical decision making, ethical leadership, values clarification, and how to recognize and navigate ethical dilemmas effectively. Upon completion, students should be able to better define the different ethical principles and utilize them in their future decision making process. This 2 hour seminar is facilitated by a Staff Member from Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution in the Dean of Students Office.
Alcohol, Other Drugs, and the Law
The University of Florida Police Department, Community Services Division and GatorWell offer the Alcohol, Other Drugs, and the Law Seminar to present resources and information to university students regarding the issues of alcohol and drugs. This seminar provides education on the legal consequences of alcohol and drug use, emphasizes the health risks involved in the use and abuse of these substances, and promotes responsible decision-making. This 1.5 hour seminar is presented regularly at the University of Florida Police Department.
The Avoiding Plagiarism Seminar is designed to help students understand integrity and why it is critical to the success of the University of Florida and each individual student. Participants will learn about the different citation formats, the UF Honor Code, ethical development and reasoning, and the importance of integrity in an academic community. This seminar is facilitated by Student Honor Code Administrators, and will last 1.5 hours.
Substance Use and Abuse
This 1.5 hour seminar is designed to provide support for more adaptive decision making related to substance use, and to educate on services available to students if they continue to have substance related problems. The Counseling and Wellness Center offers this program two to three times a semester to 12 students who have had conduct referrals due to alcohol/drug use. This group provides students a forum to describe the incident for which they were referred and to receive feedback from counselors and peers regarding their choices.