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AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention Online Trainings

AlcoholEdu & Sexual Assault Prevention Online Trainings

During your time at University of Portland you will explore new experiences and you will make choices regarding your health, safety and well-being here on the Bluff. To help understand our community standards, make well-informed decisions, and know what to do if you or someone you care about needs support or resources, the University of Portland requires all student to complete these online training modules. 


Students are required to complete the online trainings prior to the start of Fall semester. Students will receive notification of the availability of these trainings via their campus email during the second half of the summer term. 

Students who do not complete Part 1 of their designated modules by September 13, 2019 will have a hold applied to their account. This hold will prevent effected students from registering for future courses until the online modules are completed. 


Further access information for Fall 2019 trainings to be administered.



AlcoholEdu is an online, alcohol education course required for all incoming first-year students. AlcoholEdu applies science-based research to educate students about alcohol and its related effects on your wellness, academic success, and personal development.

Sexual Assault Prevention is an interactive online course that educates all students on the issues associated with sexual assault and interpersonal violence. During your time on campus, you will hear about Title IX, which is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination – including sexual harassment and sexual violence – in any program at a federally funded institution of higher education. SAP helps students learn about healthy relationships, what is consent, and ways to help create a positive, safe campus community.