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Alcohol & Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP) at K-State

As part of K-State's comprehensive and proactive approach to encourage students to stay safe and healthy, K-State requires all newly enrolled and transfer students to complete the web based Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention Program (ASAP).

The web based program referred to as ASAP uses the Think About It modules from Campus Clarity© to address substance use and sexual violence.  The training covers topics through interactive educational content and scenarios. 

The program is designed to help students:

  • Make healthy decisions
  • Know and understand state laws and K-State campus policies
  • Know local community resources associated with these topics 

Starting July 2015 in part of the ASAP program, K-State will continue implementing a standardized and comprehensive sexual violence prevention and education program for all members of the K-State community- students, staff, and faculty. This systemwide program will be specifically tailored by Campus Clarity© to each audience member and implemented in phases beginning with all K-State students.   

The ASAP programs will be available beginning July 1, 2015 and must be completed by October 1, 2015.

Each student must complete the program entirely.  ASAP is an educational program; it is not a K-State course for academic credit.  

ASAP for K-State is sponsored by the department of Housing and Dining Services and K-State Parent and Family Association

Whether students drink or not, Campus Clarity® will empower them to make well-informed decisions about alcohol and help them better cope with the drinking behavior of their peers.