All new students—grad, undergrad, nontraditional, international, 100% online, and all others—are required to complete these online health and safety trainings.
New students are required to take one or two health and safety courses, depending on your age and student status. Each course has a Part One and a Part Two. Part One will be emailed directly to your UB email address with all of the instructions you need to complete the course(s). Part Two will be sent to you 40 days after you complete Part One.
Use a computer with Internet access, and any major web browser released within the last two years. You will also need audio capabilities. The course is also accessible for students who are hearing or visually impaired, please contact us if you need assistance.
All survey responses are strictly confidential. UB will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see individual students’ answers. If the course content is troubling to you, please reach out to our office for support.
1 1/2 - 2 hours
Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates
Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates
You do not have to complete each course in one sitting. Within each course, you can finish one section at a time until you are done.
There are three separate tracks that correlate to your age and student status. Please follow the deadlines for the first semester that you will be entering the university as a new student. You will be emailed your required course(s) directly to your UB email, along with the instructions when the course(s) become available for you to complete.
New first-year students who attend orientation will receive information on completing these courses the week after they complete orientation. This information will be sent directly to your UB e-mail address.
|First-semester undergrads and incoming transfer students||Under 25 as of 01/01/2022|| |
Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates AND
|First-semester undergrads and incoming transfer students|| |
25 and over as of 01/01/2022
|Sexual Assault Prevention for Adult Learners|
|Graduate and professional students||All ages||Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates|
|January 1, 2022||Instructions will arrive in your UB email. You can start taking Part 1 of your required course(s) on this date.|
|January 28, 2022|| |
You must complete Part 1 of your required course(s) by this date.
|March 9, 2022||Part 2 should be completed by this date. You must complete Part 2 when it opens it up to you, which will be 40 days after you complete Part One.|
If you do not complete your requirements, you will have a hold placed on your account until you complete it.
If you were a UB student, but then took a semester or more off and came back to school, you may be flagged as a "new transfer student" in this course. Please contact our office to see if we need you to complete these trainings.
You may be interested in speaking with your student about the topics covered in the AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention courses. As much as you believe your students do not hear your opinions on these topics, they do value your judgment, advice and the expectation that you have for them.
Resources for Parents of College Students provides information to help have meaningful and productive conversations that may impact your student’s life.
When you’re taking the course, you can click on the “Technical Help” button located on every screen, or view the following links.
Failure to complete your AlcoholEdu or Sexual Assault Prevention requirements, may result in a hold on your account. You can review your holds at the HUB Student Center via MyUB.
Submit the help form below to remove the hold on your account. (If you completed the course at another institution, you will need to provide documentation.)
For assistance with other course problems or to have a hold removed please complete the form below.
Students need to contact us directly to have their hold lifted.