Required Online Modules for New Students
Welcome to Salisbury University!
All new students are required to complete two online education courses before they start taking classes: Consent & Respect and Alcohol-Wise. In this page, you will find more information about these programs, instructions on how to get started, and answers to frequently asked questions.
About These Programs
At Salisbury University, the safety and well-being of our student is our top priority. To help ensure all students have important foundational knowledge about two very important areas – interpersonal violence and the impact of alcohol use – the University requires all incoming students, regardless of age, to complete two online modules before they start taking classes.
|Alcohol Education||Sexual Assault Prevention Education|
|Alcohol-Wise is an online alcohol education program designed to promote and enable healthy and informed decisions concerning alcohol use. Whether you drink or not, Alcohol-Wise will empower you to make well-informed decisions and will help you cope with the drinking behavior of peers. The initial course takes approximately 90 minutes to complete.||Consent & Respect is an online education program designed to enhance awareness of sexual violence, intimate partner violence and stalking and their impact on college students, the importance of consent and respect in sexual situations, prevention and risk reduction strategies, as well as critical information on what to do if you or someone you know has any of these experiences. The course is the last module in Alcohol-Wise, and takes about 30 minutes to complete.|
The combined Alcohol-Wise and Consent & Respect courses take approximately 2 hours to complete. You will receive an email 30 days after completing the first part of the course reminding you to complete a 15-minute follow-up. The due dates for each module are below:
|Fall Admits||Spring Admits|
|Initial Course Completion Due Date||August 15||January 15|
|Follow-up Due Date||September 30||February 28|
- Click on the link below and login with your SU login credentials – the same ones used for your campus email.
- Complete Alcohol-Wise Part I and Consent & Respect in one or multiple visits by the deadline.
- You will receive an email reminder 30 days after you complete Part I giving you access to Part 2.
- Complete Part 2 to receive your Certificate of Completion. Keep a copy of your Certificate of Completion for your records.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who do I contact for questions or concerns regarding the online modules?
- For additional information regarding Alcohol-Wise, please contact the Dean of Students Office at DeanOfStudents@salisbury.edu or 410-677-0022.
- For additional information regarding Consent & Respect training, please contact the Office of Institutional Equity at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-543-6426.
Who do I contact if I need technical assistance?
- For technical assistance, please contact email@example.com.
What happens if I don’t complete the required courses?
- Students who do not complete the online courses may have holds placed on their accounts, which may prevent them from registering subsequent semesters until the courses are successfully completed.
Are my answers confidential?
- Alcohol-Wise and Consent & Respect are offered through 3rd Millennium Classrooms, an online provider that guarantees confidentiality. While the University will be informed of the overall course completion status for each student, individual responses to questions within it are completely confidential and are not shared with the University.
Are there other resources available to students regarding these topics?
- The University provides resources to educate, prevent, and address alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use and abuse. Resources, including awareness information, counseling services, and referral services are available to students. A list of community resources is available through the following offices:
Salisbury University Counseling Center
Guerrieri University Center Room 263
Salisbury University Student Health Services
Holloway Hall Room 180
The Office of Institutional Equity supports and advances the University’s commitment to create an inclusive environment free of discrimination and supportive of all by leading campus efforts to manage all aspects of the Fair Practices/AA programs, as well as Title IX compliance, and weaves the diversity strategy throughout our campus.
Office of Institutional Equity
Holloway Hall (HH) 100