We make it a goal to take care of our own here at ASU, and we want to do everything in our power to ensure our campus remains a safe place for our students to live, work and grow. To help us meet that goal, all incoming students are required to take two online trainings. These trainings are called AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention. Each training has two parts and must be completed by the required due date, or a hold will be placed on the student’s account.
AlcoholEDU provides detailed information about alcohol and the effects it has on the mind and body. We know that many students choose not to drink while in college, so while you might not think a student needs to know this information, this training helps our students develop skills to handle situations involving their peers and their use of alcohol.
Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates
Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates is intended to educate students about healthy relationships, affirmative consent and good communication, and empowers students to become active bystanders.
Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students
Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students is the required training for all incoming graduate students.
For more information about how to log in and complete these trainings and when they are due, and for more overall details, please visit the links below.