What happens if I don't complete AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention?

AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention are mandatory for all incoming freshmen and first-year transfer students. Failure to successfully pass and complete Part 1 and Part 2 of the mandatory courses may result in additional educational information and/or a meeting with the Office of Student Conduct and/or Title IX Office.

*If the course content is triggering to you as a survivor of sexual assault and you are unable to complete this module, please contact the Title IX Office at 256-765-4223 or for accommodations.*

What happens if I violate the Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy?

Alcohol-related violations can be costly, both financially and educationally. The following are legal and university consequences associated with Student Conduct violations:

What happens if I violate the Sexual Misconduct Policy?

State law defines various violent and/or non-consensual sexual acts as crimes. Generally speaking, UNA considers Non-Consensual Sexual Intercourse violations to be the most serious, and therefore typically imposes the most severe sanctions, including suspension or expulsion for students and termination for employees. However, UNA reserves the right to impose any level of sanction, ranging from a reprimand up to and including suspension or expulsion/termination, for any act of sexual misconduct or other gender-based offenses, including intimate partner or relationship (dating and/or domestic) violence, non-consensual sexual contact and stalking based on the facts and circumstances of the particular grievance. The following provide more insight into the Title IX process: