Note: All UNDERGRADUATE mandatory courses are now closed. The information below is for historical purposes only. If you have questions or concerns about this mandate, please email us. The GRADUATE course is still open. Visit the graduate student frequently asked question page for answers to common questions.
Binge Thinking is an engaging, interactive online program that provides students with non-judgmental facts about alcohol consumption and explores commonly held beliefs and misconceptions about alcohol. For example, did you know that most college students think there is far more drinking going on amongst their peers than there actually is? Whether you currently drink alcohol, plan to drink at some point, or just want to be an informed non-drinker, Binge Thinking will help you learn the facts about how alcohol affects your body, how to navigate alcohol culture, and how to make informed choices about drinking.
Sexual Violence Prevention
Sexual Violence Prevention uses realistic scenarios and interactive elements to keep students engaged while teaching them how to recognize and respond to sexual violence and harassment and how to foster healthy relationships.
Bringing in the Bystander (BITB)
Everyone has an important role to play in the intervention and prevention of sexual and relationship violence. Although most of us who live in the university community will not be survivors or perpetrators of sexual and relationship violence, each of us will be a bystander or witness inappropriate behavior at some time in our lives. This program identifies a continuum of inappropriate behavior that contributes to a culture of sexual violence and asks that each member of the community commit to intervention. The participants will come to explore safe, individualized strategies that reflect an appropriate level of intervention needed for the inappropriate behavior.
Mental Well-Being equips students with essential skills and information to navigate the stressors and emotional challenges associated with college life. The 45-minute online course helps learners practice self-care strategies, recognize when they or their peers are in distress, and take action to find additional support.