Welcome to Emory!

We are pleased that you have chosen to be a part of our community. All first-year students and first-time transfer students are required to complete AlcoholEdu for College and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAP-U) and for Graduates (SAP-G), an online alcohol and sexual assault education course. Emory has partnered with EverFi whose mission is to help students address critical life skills such as alcohol abuse prevention and sexual violence prevention and response in higher education institutions across the country.

AlcoholEdu for College and Sexual Assault Prevention courses have two parts, both of which must be completed to fulfill the course requirements. To take the courses, you will need a computer with internet access and audio capabilities.

For Undergraduate Students:
You will receive access to the the AlcoholEdu modules August 3, 2020. You will receive access to the SAP-U modules on August 15, 2020. Please check your Emory email for the link to the modules (be sure to check your junk/spam folders if you do not see it in your inbox).

For Graduate Students:
You will receive access to the modules in accordance with your program start date. This varies by school and/or program. Please check your Emory email for the link to the modules (be sure to check you junk/spam folders if you do not see it in your inbox). 

AlcoholEdu for College is an interactive, online program designed to inform students about how alcohol affects the body, mind, perceptions and behaviors. The research-based course helps students make healthy decisions and provides personalized feedback that encourages students to consider their own drinking decisions and those of their peers. All information is confidential and individual student responses to any of the modules are not accessible by Emory University or any other party.

AlcoholEdu for College consists of two parts. Part 1 of the course has four modules that include two surveys, a pre-quiz, and an exam. Taken in one sitting, Part 1 takes approximately 2 hours to complete. You can entire and exit the course multiple times and complete each module at your own pace.

The deadline for completing Part 1 is August 15th.

On or around September 28th you will receive an email requesting you to complete Part 2 of AlcoholEdu for College. Part 2 consists of a short follow-up module and survey that should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

The deadline for completing Part 2 is October 9th.

(Failure to complete Part Two by the deadline will result in a hold being placed on you registration for the Spring Semester)

For Undergraduate Students:
You will receive access to the modules on August 3, 2020. Please check your Emory email for the link to the modules (be sure to check your junk/spam folders if you do not see it in your inbox).

Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAP-U) is an online learning platform designed to educate students on preventing and responding to interpersonal violence in the Emory community. Emory University is actively working towards a campus in which no student fears or experiences violence. Haven is only one part of Emory's comprehensive interpersonal violence prevention program. Through it, you will learn about preventing and responding to multiple forms of interpersonal violence, including sexual assault, harassment, relationship abuse, and stalking in the Emory community. Every incoming undergraduate student (including transfer students) is required to complete Haven.

SAP-U consists of two parts. Part 1 has seven modules including a pre-survey, pre-quiz, and exam. Taken in one sitting, Part 1 takes approximately an hour to complete. You may enter and exit the course multiple times and complete each module at your own pace. 

The deadline for completing Part 1 will be August 31.

On or around September 28 you will receive an email requesting you to complete Part 2 of SAP-U. Part 2 consists of a short follow-up module and survey that should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.

The deadline for completing Part 2 will be October 9.

(Failure to complete Part Two by the deadline will result in a hold being placed on you registration for Spring, 2019)

It is possible that something you read during the SAP-U training will evoke an emotional response, whether or not you have experienced violence or trauma yourself. Everfi has partnered with the National Domestic Violence Hotline to provide access to an anonymous "Chat with an Advocate" feature of the course. If at any time during the course you would like to speak with a trained hotline advocate, they are available from 7 a.m. - 2 a.m. Central time. No identifiable information from students using the chat feature will be collected by EverFi, nor shared back with Emory University.

For Undergraduate Students:
You will receive access to the modules on August 15, 2020. Please check your Emory email for the link to the modules (be sure to check your junk/spam folders if you do not see it in your inbox).

Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students (SAP-G) an online learning platform designed to educate students on preventing and responding to interpersonal violence in the Emory community. Emory University is actively working towards a campus in which no student fears or experiences violence. SAP-G is only one part of Emory's comprehensive interpersonal violence prevention program. Through it, you will learn about preventing and responding to multiple forms of interpersonal violence, including sexual assault, harassment, relationship abuse, and stalking in the Emory community. Every incoming graduate and professional student is required to complete SAP-G.

SAP-G consists of two parts. Part 1 has seven modules including a pre-survey, pre-quiz, and exam. Taken in one sitting, Part 1 takes approximately an hour to complete. You may enter and exit the course multiple times and complete each module at your own pace. 

Deadlines for completing Part One and Part Two of SAP-G are specified by your program.

Forty-five days after you complete Part 1, you will receive an email requesting you to complete Part 2 of SAP-G. Part 2 consists of a short follow-up module and survey that should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.

It is possible that something you read during the SAP-G training will evoke an emotional response, whether or not you have experienced violence or trauma yourself. Everfi has partnered with the National Domestic Violence Hotline to provide access to an anonymous "Chat with an Advocate" feature of the course. If at any time during the course you would like to speak with a trained hotline advocate, they are available from 7 a.m. - 2 a.m. Central time. No identifiable information from students using the chat feature will be collected by EverFi, nor shared back with Emory University.

For Graduate Student:
You will receive access to the modules in accordance with your program start date. This varies by school and/or program. Please check your Emory email for the link to the modules (be sure to check you junk/spam folders if you do not see it in your inbox). 

When will AlcoholEdu for College, Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduate Students (SAP-U) be available for me to begin?

The modules will be available in early August for all incoming, first-year Emory students (including transfer students) to access. You will receive information, including the links, on how to access the course in your Emory email. Be sure to check your junk/spam folders for the invitation as well.

When will Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students (SAP-G) be available for me to begin?

The modules are available to incoming Graduate and Professional students on a rolling basis depending on the program start date. Please check with your school for information regarding dates. You will receive information, including the links on how to access the course in your Emory email. Be sure to check your junk/spam folders for the invitation as well.

When do I have to complete AlcoholEdu for College and SAP-U Modules??

All incoming students must finish Part 1 of AlcoholEdu and SAP-U before arriving on campus for move-in. Once you finish Part 1, you will receive an email to indicate that you are in "Intersession," which lasts for six weeks. At the end of this time, you will be sent another email invitation to complete Part 2 for both modules. The deadline to complete Part 2 of both courses will be two weeks after that email has been sent and will be clearly outlined in the instructions.

When do I have to complete SAP-G?

All incoming graduate and professional students must finish SAP-G Part 1 by the deadline specified by your program. If you are unsure of the deadline, please ask the Deputy Title IX Coordinator in your program.
Once you finish Part 1, you will receive an email to indicate that you are in "Intersession," which lasts for six weeks. At the end of this time, you will be sent another email invitation to complete SAP-G Part 2. This second part must be completed by the deadline specified in the email.

How do I access Part 2 of AlcoholEdu, SAP-U or SAP-G?

Approximately 6 weeks after you complete Part 1 of each course, you will receive another invitation in your Emory email with a link to complete Part 2. You will not be able to access Part 2 until you receive the email invitation.

What happens if I don't complete AlcoholEdu, SAP-U or SAP-G?

Failure to complete AlcoholEdu, SAP-U or SAP-G by the appropriate deadline will result in a hold being placed on your account. The hold will prevent you from registering for classes for the Spring semester. If you miss the Part 2 deadline, you will still be able to access and take the course after this time. Please take it as soon as possible. Please allow two business days before the hold is released off your account.

I completed AlcoholEdu and/or SAP-U, but I just got a reminder email saying I haven't!

If you believe that you are receiving reminders in error, please send an email with your name, and NetID to ohp@emory.edu. Please allow 48 hours for a response.

I am a transfer student and I completed AlcoholEdu and/or SAP-U (Formerly known as Haven) at my previous institution. Do I still have to complete these courses?

Yes, all first-time Emory University students, including transfer students, must complete the AlcoholEdu and SAP-U modules. While much of the information may be a review, there are policies and resources specific to Emory that you will need to know. Completing these modules as a new student to Emory will allow you to learn more about how Emory is working to support students to make healthy choices and create a safe community.

I completed Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (formerly known as Haven) as an undergraduate student. Do I still have to complete SAP-G?

Yes, all Emory University graduate and professional students must complete the SAP-G course. While much of the information may be a review for you, there are policies and resources specific to Emory University that you should know. Completing SAP-G as a new graduate or professional student to Emory will allow you to learn more about how Emory is working to make our campus safe.

I am a survivor and am concerned about taking this course. What should I do?

It is possible that something you read during the SAP-U or SAP-G training will evoke an emotional response, whether or not you have experienced violence or trauma yourself. Everfi has partnered with the National Domestic Violence Hotline to provide access to an anonymous "Chat with an Advocate" feature of the course. If at any time during the course you would like to speak with a trained hotline advocate, they are available from 7 a.m. - 2 a.m. Central time. No identifiable information from students using the chat feature will be collected by EverFi, nor shared back with Emory University.

Emory also provided free confidential campus support. You can contact the 24-hour Respect Program Support Hotmine at (470) 270-5360 or respect@emory.edu.

What else should I know?

  • Do not use any other email address besides your Emory email and Emory NetID. You may not receive credit for the course if you use any other email address.
  • You may take the course in multiple settings, but make sure you click the “next” button after completing a section before logging out. If you do not progress to the next section first, you will have to repeat the previous section
  • You will have access to this information throughout the year. All of the resources will be available to you for you reference or for a refresher if you need