Required Everfi Online Programs

During your time at the University of Portland, you will share new experiences and make choices regarding your health, safety and well-being. To share our community standards, encourage 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 students to complete the following online training modules.

These trainings, in addition to being highly interactive and engaging, are based in research around the best practices for healthy campus communities. As you complete your training, we invite you to reach out to the many referenced resources, and engage in the larger discussion on these important topics on campus.

How Do I Access the Trainings?

Courses will be available starting August 1, 2019.

For Initial Account Set Up & Log In:

Please follow the instruction email University of Portland Required Online Programs emailed to all students from Everfi on behalf of University of Portland. Here you will be prompted to create your own unique password for your account. 

Students are required to complete the online training programs by Friday, September 13, 2019.

What If I Miss the Deadline?

Students who do not complete their designated modules by September 13, 2019 will have a hold applied to their account. This hold will prevent effected students from:

  • Registering for courses.
  • Withdrawing from courses.
  • Ordering transcripts.

What are My Assigned Training Modules?

When you log on to the Everfi course platform, your user dashboard will be pre-loaded with your assigned training modules. Assignments are as follows for designated class rank:

Incoming Freshman & Transfer Students

  • AlcoholEdu for College
  • Sexual Assault Prevention Undergraduates

Sophomore Students

  • AlcoholEdu Ongoing
  • Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing

Junior, Senior, & On-Campus Graduate Students

  • Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing

About Sexual Assault Prevention

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.

About AlcoholEdu 

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.

Trouble Accessing the Courses?

  1. Try an alternate browser.
  2. Refresh the screen from within the course.
  3. Close all browser windows and try logging into the course again.

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More Assistance

If you have a disability that may require some accommodation or for questions about Sexual Assault Prevention or AlcoholEdu, please contact the Wellness Education & Prevention Programs Coordinator at or 503.943.8125.