Get Inclusive Online Modules

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.


Voices for Change must be completed by September 7th. Students who do not complete this module will have a hold placed on their student account. A hold on your account would prevent you from ordering transcripts, registering for classes, or viewing your grades once they’re uploaded. Please complete this as soon as possible to avoid any issues during the registration period.

What if I miss the deadline?

Students who do not complete their designated modules will have a hold applied to their account. This hold will prevent affected students from:

  • Registering for courses.
  • Viewing grades once uploaded.
  • Withdrawing from courses.
  • Ordering transcripts.

Voices for Change deadline: September 7, 2021

Please note, it takes time for a hold to be removed, and it cannot happen immediately. Holds will be removed on a weekly basis and in the order they were received. Please complete the modules as quickly as possible to avoid any delays running into any issues prior to registration. 

After December 1, we will not be regularly monitoring completion of the module. You will need to email, to have your hold removed.

What are my assigned training modules? 

Get Inclusive: Voices for Change

The training module is required for all students, undergraduate and graduate. If you completed it last year, you must complete it again. The modules serve as an introduction to what it means to be a Pilot and a part of our community on the Bluff. Additionally, the modules provide introductory information to resources for support. Thank you for your commitment to these important topics and assuring our home can be a safe, welcoming, and inclusive place for all. 

Do I need to submit the certificate of completion?

No. However, please save the certificate should any tech issues arise and we come upon a discrepancy. 

How do I access the training?

To access the course, please go to Moodle. It is located there alongside your classroom courses. If you do not see it, it may be under “Past,” “In progress,” or “Future” courses. Additionally, it may help to organize your courses as “List,” instead of “Card,” and by “Course Name,” instead of “Last Accessed.” 

Screenshot of course

More Assistance

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