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AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention

All incoming freshmen and first-year transfer students are required to successfully pass and complete both Part 1 and Part 2 of AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention. 


What is AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention?

AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention are online prevention courses. AlcoholEDU highlights the UNA Student Code of Conduct, debunks myths about alcohol, and explains alcohol's effect on relationships and consent. Sexual Assault Prevention educates students on UNA's policies and procedures, explains how to identify at-risk behavior that could lead to sexual assault and relationship violence, and describes how individuals can be active bystanders.


How do I access AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention?

AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention Log-in Instructions

Troubleshooting for AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention

AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention Troubleshooting Tips


Are these courses mandatory?

Are you an incoming freshman or first-year transfer student? Yes! Both of these courses 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 or Title IX Office.

Are you a newly admitted graduate student? No. While these courses are not mandatory for graduate students, we do encourage you to utilize the course as a way to learn more about your rights and resources as UNA students.

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


Why AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention?

We believe all students deserve a happy, healthy college experience. UNA chose to utilize the AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention courses because of their unique program design. These Population-Level Prevention® programs are designed to be given to an entire population of students, such as an entering first-year class. This method creates a learning experience that:

  • Motivates behavior change
  • Resets unrealistic expectations about the effects of alcohol
  • Links choices about drinking to academic and personal success
  • Helps students practice safer decision-making
  • Engages students to create a healthier campus community

Courses open December 12


Course Deadlines

Part 1: January 31

Part 2: April 12


Our Offices

Office of Student Conduct

Title IX Office