Required Safety Program: AlcoholEdu & Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAP-U)
At the University of Idaho, we all play a role in creating a safer and healthier campus community and supporting our Vandal family. The first semester on any college campus presents risks for new students when it comes to substance abuse and sexual assault. Knowing how to navigate challenging situations is key to student success and safety, therefore, we believe it is necessary for students to complete this important online required safety program.
You may recall seeing an e-mail about this program referred to as "Think About It" - our required safety program is comprised of and now referred to as AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAP-U).
AlcoholEdu SAP-U each have two parts. Students will receive an e-mail invitation in their VandalMail when each part becomes available:
- Part I will be available December 20, 2019 and is due February 3, 2020
- If you don't meet this deadline you will receive an enrollment hold on your student account.
- Part II will be available 30 days after the completion of Part I
All first-year, undergraduate U of I students on the Moscow campus, under the age of 24 as of the first day of classes, are required to complete the required safety program.
If you have any questions, contact the Office of the Dean of Students at 208-885-6757 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AlcoholEdu is a two-part interactive course that focuses on the impact alcohol has on student well-being, academic success and personal development. The course empowers students to make well-informed decisions about alcohol, including how to recognize and respond to an alcohol-related emergency. This program gives students the information they need to be able to make safe and informed choices about alcohol. Student feedback in the course is completely confidential.
Students must receive at least a 70% in AlcoholEdu to pass the course. Students who do not receive a 70% or higher will need to re-take AlcoholEdu.
Yes, and approximately 20% of U of I students choose not to drink. Whether you choose to drink or not, you will likely encounter alcohol at some point during your time at the University of Idaho in some way or another. It is important that all students understand the impact of alcohol on individuals as well as our Vandal family in order to foster a safe, healthy and welcoming community.
SAP-U (Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates) is an interactive two-part course that addresses the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking - specifically on college campuses. The course encourages students to reflect on their personal values when it comes to relationships; uses scenarios from diverse perspectives to provide a relevant and inclusive experience; challenges harmful and demeaning language and attitudes; and provides guidance for supporting a friend who may have experienced some type of relationship violence. Students will also learn about campus resources and policies that help keep our campus community safer and that they can reach out to if needed.
The required safety program comprised of AlcoholEdu and SAP-U will take approximately 3-4 hours to complete, depending on the individual. Part I of each component takes approximately 1.5-2 hours and Part II of each component takes approximately 15-30 minutes. Part II for each component will be available 30 days after the completion of Part I. The entire program does not need to be completed in one sitting; students may come and go as they please. However it, is recommended to finish a section before exiting in order to save any completed work.
Please remember that AlcoholEdu and SAP-U both have two parts.
Part I will be available to students December 20, 2019 and is due by February 3, 2020. Part II will be available 30 days after the completion of Part I.
Students who don't meet the February 3rd deadline for completing Part I will receive "New Student Online Education" enrollment hold.
Dean of Students staff will manually lift registration holds once a completion report is processed during business hours 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. It is recommended students complete the required safety program in a timely manner in order to not delay registration for Fall 2020.
Should you experience any technical difficulties, please try to the following tips:
- Work at your own pace from any computer or tablet. The course is not mobile-friendly.
- Courses will save your progress if you need to stop and return later.
- Courses are best supported by the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari (preferred), or Microsoft Internet Explorer 11+.
- If you have any accessibility issues, please select “accessibility mode” once you are in the course.
- Need more help? Contact EVERFI’s 24/7 tech support using “Help” within the course or by visiting www.support.everfi.com to browse "help" topics or chat with Everfi's Support Team.