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Skills Training and Prevention

Our online training modules help students create a learning and living environment that promotes responsibility, integrity, and mutual respect.


AlcoholEdu for College is a 2.5-hour curriculum designed for your entire first-year class. It’s the only program specifically created for students, including non-drinkers, light to moderate drinkers, and frequent heavy drinkers. This course offers students a personalized experience based on their drinking choices and readiness to change.

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Sexual Assault Prevention

Sexual Assault Prevention includes Title IX and Clery Act Training which enables students to recognize sexual assault and harassment behavior, identify healthy and unhealthy relationship practices, and equips students with essential skills to navigate consent-based conversations and engage in bystander intervention safely.

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Kognito Simulation Module

The Kognito simulation module helps you identify when to be concerned, walks you through practical conversational tips, and gives you the opportunity to practice encouraging friends to seek help when they are experiencing mental health issues and/or are seriously considering suicide.

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Online Academic Integrity Workshop

The Office of the Dean of Students administers an online workshop to support student understanding of academic integrity and academic misconduct through the use of scenarios and self-checks. It takes about an hour to complete and any student may access it by contacting Student Rights and Responsibilities within the Office of the Dean of Students at and requesting the link.

Learn more about the Online Academic Integrity Workshop