Online courses designed to help students and faculty using proven behavior change strategies.
This online course is designed for incoming first-year or
transfer students as an alcohol prevention education program.
It can also be used as an intervention course: the study’s findings were positive for
college freshmen and sophomores alike, showing a statistically significant change in
drinking behavior and attitudes among both groups. Alcohol-Wise provides normative drinking
information, harm reduction strategies, and alcohol education.
Under the Influence
For use with alcohol violations, this six-lesson course is individualized for each student
and integrates feedback through interaction. Students identify goals that will help them
make a positive change in their personal alcohol use. The course also includes a 30-day
follow-up to measure changes in the student’s attitudes and behavior.
Consent & Respect
A comprehensive Title IX training course covering all of the Title IX requirements to
promote respectful, healthy relationships. Through this course students will be able to know
the importance of giving and receiving consent and will understand that consent is
essential. Additional learning includes safe and positive strategies for bystanders to use,
and the warning signs for abusive behavior in intimate partner relationships.
Consent & Respect Staff
This is a prevention education course for faculty, staff and student leaders. Course material covers
sexual assault and violence, reporting and trauma-informed care. It will empower those who
work directly with students with crucial concepts of consent, healthy relationships,
bystander intervention, intimate partner violence, stalking and more. Consent & Respect will
enable your campus to meet the educational requirements for the Campus Sexual Violence
Elimination (SaVE Act) and compliance with the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
Designed for use with incoming first-year or transfer students for marijuana education and prevention,
this relevant, engaging course inform students about the facts, risks, and consequences
of using or distributing marijuana, whether they live in a state that’s legalized it or
This course is for use with marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, or
drugged driving violations. Public education about the dangers associated with marijuana
use, presented in a reasonable and balanced manner, is increasingly important to counteract
public beliefs that marijuana use is harmless. Motivational enhancement therapy, or
motivational interviewing, has been successful in helping inspire internally motivated
change for individuals who use marijuana.
An online course that provides the necessary tools for students to make healthy choices
about tobacco use, Nicotine 101 aims to address the behaviors of those who use nicotine and
to provide valuable information on long-term use and adverse health effects. Presented in a
motivational interviewing style, the course empowers students to make their own decisions
about nicotine use. It is valuable in aiding college campuses in enforcing new smoke- and
tobacco-free policies as well as vaping, e-cigarette, or smoking violations.
This substance abuse prevention course is for use with for prescription drug or other illicit drug
violations. In an effort to foster awareness of the consequences of prescription drug abuse,
Other Drugs is an online intervention program for individuals charged with an alcohol or
drug violation. Other Drugs focuses on prescription drug misuse, opiates, stimulants,
sedatives, and ecstasy.
Conflict-Wise JV is an intervention program to help young people recognize the impact of
their behaviors. The course provides important skill training designed to teach conflict resolution strategies and ways todiffuse anger.
Personalized feedback shows the effects and consequences of actions. Each
student receives an action plan to better manage their behavior. The course is for use in
domestic violence, anger management, partner violence, or stalking violations.
This two-hour, online course is designed to train school personnel to
identify the signs of human trafficking and how to report victims as well as covering common misconceptions
people have about modern-day slavery.