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AlcoholEdu: DePaul is one of hundreds of institutions nationwide requiring every member of their first year class to complete AlcoholEdu each year – a non-opinionated, science-based course taken by hundreds of thousands of students each year. Whether or not a student drinks, AlcoholEdu empowers students to make well-informed decisions and provides some simple strategies to help keep them and their friends safe.
Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAPU): We promote student health and safety through the use of SAPU, a program that educates students about the elements of healthy relationships, the importance of sexual consent, and the role of bystanders.
Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates (SAPG): Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students is a 45 minute Title IX and Clery Act training to support graduate students interactions with advisors, faculty members, peers, and undergraduate students (including responding to disclosures).
login link for AlcoholdEdu and SAPU will be sent via email during the week of August 24th. Registered students can use
this link to complete their courses.
Take Care DePaul is a call for all members of the DePaul community to create a healthy and safe campus community.
It is common practice for universities to offer online educational modules for students as they enter the institution. Our goal is for all students who enter DePaul University to have similar base knowledge about sexual & relationship violence and alcohol and drug use so they can make informed choices. We will build on the knowledge learned in these modules throughout a student's time at DePaul, continuing to reinforce the Take Care DePaul message.
At DePaul University, we care about all of our students and the education provided in SAPG will offer our graduate students and law students education and knowledge that will help them care for themselves, others and the DePaul community to create a safer and healthier campus environment.
Both Alcohol EDU and SAPU have a Part I and Part II with a waiting period inbetween.
Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates - Part I will require approximately 45-60 minutes to complete and Part II will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
Alcohol EDU - Part I will require approximately 90 minutes to complete and Part II will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
Part I will OPEN on August 24, 2020. All new students will receive an email with instructions.
Part I for BOTH modules must be completed by September 21, 2020.
Part II will OPEN on October 5, 2020. All new students will receive an email with instructions.
Part II for BOTH modules must have been completed by November 2, 2020.
Completing Part I and Part II of Alcohol EDU and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates is part of a course assignment for Chicago Quarter courses or Discover Chicago and Explore Chicago courses.
Students should print the Course Progress page for both Alcohol EDU and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates that shows they have completed Part I and Part II of both Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates and Alcohol EDU. This should be turned in to the staff professionals or Chicago Quarter mentors NO LATER than their last day of class. See the PDF examples of the course progress pages for AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates below.
For all technical issues with AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates, except for log in issues, students can access 24/7 call and chat support at support.everfi.com.
For log-in issues with AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduatesstudents should contact DePaul's Technology Support Center (TSC) for help.
Students can call the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness at 773.325.7129 and ask to speak to a staff member. All full-time staff members serve as Survivor Support Advocates if students need support in regards to sexual and relationship violence. Students can also call University Counseling Services at 773.325.7779 to make an appointment to speak with a counselor.
Students can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out this intake form.
Yes, students can go back in and complete the module after the deadline.
Parents can refer to either of the learning module resource sites at https://everfi.com/partners/colleges-universities/higheredparents/.