K-State utilizes Think About It, an online, science-based program that provides the latest information about alcohol and its effects on the body and mind. Think About It provides students with a comprehensive foundation in four areas: sex in college, partying smart, sexual violence, and healthy relationships. This course prepares students before they begin their life in college. Whether you choose to drink or not, this program will empower you to make well informed decisions about your own use of alcohol and help you better cope with the drinking behavior of your friends and peers.
All students enrolled at K-State, distance students included, will be required to complete annual sexual assault prevention training. All newly enrolled or transfer students under the age of 22 (on the first day of the semester) will be required to complete the full ASAP (Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention) Program.
If you have any difficulty completing the ASAP program, please contact the Student Access Center for assistance.
Yes. Even if you don't drink, it's very likely that during your college experience you will know others who do. At the very least, alcohol use may be a topic of discussion among fellow students; the program includes material on managing peer pressure. As well, one of the purposes of the program is to provide the entire incoming class with a shared baseline of knowledge and awareness of alcohol issues, and to strengthen a shared set of campus norms and expectations around alcohol use.
Yes. One of the purposes of the program is to provide the entire incoming class with a common baseline of knowledge and awareness of alcohol issues, and to strengthen a shared set of campus norms and expectations around alcohol use.
Yes. You need to complete the program. Courses taken either as a high school student or online do not exempt you from the requirement to complete the program.
Yes. If you are still under the age of 22, you need to complete the full program. If you are 22 or older, you'll only need to complete the sexual assault prevention portion. Students returning to K-State after a semester off are "re-admitted" and fit the "newly enrolled" definition for completing the program.
Yes, all survey responses are strictly confidential. K-State will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see individual student answers. You can feel confident that providing truthful answers—no matter what they are—will not put you at any risk for repercussions.
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- Yes, the due date is 20 days from the time you receive your invitation from Campus Clarity.
If you fail to complete the program, a “Hold” will be placed on your account. You will not be able to enroll for the following semester’s classes until you have successfully completed the ASAP program.
To have your "Hold" removed, you must complete ASAP. Once you have successfully completed it, your "Hold" should be automatically removed within 24 hours of K-State receiving confirmation from Campus Clarity. If your "Hold" is NOT removed after 24 hours of successful completion of the program, please call 785.532.6595.
No. This program is not a regular K-State course for academic credit; it is an educational program regarding alcohol that is provided at no cost to students.
No, students must take the program themselves.
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