University Health Service

e-TOKE is an online, personalized, brief screening tool that lets you see how your marijuana use, family risk and campus norms affect your life and future. 

Program description:

  • Is available to U-M students, faculty and staff
  • Takes about 15 minutes
  • Provides quick, confidential feedback
  • Allows for a personal check-up on multiple occasions to track changes in marijuana use and risk (just keep your program identification number for comparisons)

For New Users: 

Authenticate here, using your uniqname and kerberos password. You will receive instructions and be directed to the program homepage. Enter your current age to get personalized feedback on your own use. Input age 99 if you just want to see how the program works and play with it a bit.

For Returning Users: 

If you have already registered, click here to go directly to the site.  Enter your program ID in the log-in section and click the "begin" button.

For U-M faculty and staff: 

To explore the program and how you can use it with students, authenticate here using your uniqname and kerberos password.  Enter your current age to get personalized feedback on your own use. Input age 99 if you just want to see how the program works and play with it a bit.

Questions?

Contact Marsha Benz, UHS Health Educator at (734)647-4656