Online Programs FAQs

AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention

Temple University has assigned mandatory online prevention programs to all freshman, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and new graduate students attending Temple University during the 2018-2019 academic year.

Freshman are required to complete AlcoholEdu for Undergraduates and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors are required to complete AlcoholEdu Ongoing and Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing. New Graduate Students are required to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students.

The AlcoholEdu programs incorporate the latest evidence-based prevention methods to create a highly engaging user experience, inspiring students to reflect on and consider changing their drinking habits. The Sexual Assault Prevention programs combine cutting-edge instructional design and rich media to educate students about healthy relationships, the importance of consent, and the role of bystander intervention. The links and directions to take these courses are e-mailed to students.

Content Warning:

We understand that the material presented in AlcoholEdu and the Sexual Assault Prevention course may be upsetting for some. If for any reason you are unable to engage with the course, please contact Andrea Seiss, Title IX Coordinator, at titleix@temple.edu, to explore reasonable alternatives.

If you feel you need personal assistance with any of the presented topics, please know that Tuttleman Counseling Services is available. They can be reached at 215-204-7276.

Why are these programs mandatory?

At Temple University, we continuously strive to provide a safe and healthy college experience for you. As part of our comprehensive prevention program for students, Temple University requires students to complete these programs. We hope these programs will empower you to make well-informed decisions.

When is the program due?

Freshmen are expected to complete Part 1 of AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention courses by Friday, September 7th, with a passing score of 70%.

Students should please look for email notification on Monday, October 8th with instructions for accessing and completing Part 2 of AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention.

All Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and new Graduate students must complete all parts of their programs by Monday, November 26th. Failure to complete these programs will result in a transcript hold being placed on their accounts, which prohibits the viewing or sending of academic transcripts.

For technical difficulties…

Technical support is available 24/7 and can be accessed from the “Help” link within the course or by visiting support.everfi.com.

All other questions, please contact:

programhelp@temple.edu

Campus Clarity: "Think About It"

Think About It Parts 1 and 2 were mandatory online programs required of all incoming freshmen in 2017-2018. These programs help prepare students to respond to issues involving alcohol and other drugs as well as sexual misconduct.

Content Warning: 

We understand that the material presented in the Think About It courses may be upsetting for some. If for any reason you are unable to engage with the course, please contact Andrea Seiss, Title IX Coordinator, at titleix@temple.edu, to explore reasonable alternatives.

If you feel you need personal assistance with any of the presented topics, please know that Tuttleman Counseling Services is available. They can be reached at 215-204-7276.

Why do I have a hold on my account?

Students who did complete Think About It Parts 1 and 2 by their due dates received a transcript hold. These holds prohibit students from viewing or sending their official and unofficial transcripts. These holds do not affect financial aid or course registration.

Why are these programs mandatory?

At Temple University, we continuously strive to provide a safe and healthy college experience for you. As part of our comprehensive prevention program for students, Temple University requires that incoming students complete these programs. We hope these programs will empower you to make well-informed decisions.

How do I get started/access to this course?

Please visit www.campusclarity.com to log in and pick up where you left off or sign up for an account.

For technical difficulties…

For any technical difficulties, you will need to contact Campus Clarity's helpdesk at 800-652-9546. You may also email them directly at admin@campusclarity.com. Please keep in mind this company operates on Pacific Time.

All other questions, please contact:

taihelp@temple.edu