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Alcohol & Sexual Assault Prevention

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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 students to complete the annual web based Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention Program (ASAP). Training for the Fall 2016 semester will be available on July 1, or 24-48 hours after you enroll in classes beyond that date.  You will have 20 days to complete the training.  

KSU's ASAP uses the Think About It series of modules from Campus Clarity© to address alcohol and other drug use and sexual harassment and sexual violence prevention through interactive educational content and scenarios. 

The ASAP program is designed to help students:

  • Make healthy decisions.
  • Know and understand state laws and K-State campus policies.
  • Be aware of university community resources associated with these topics.
  • Be aware of how to report concerning behavior.
  • Learn how to safely intervene when suspicious or concerning behavior is observed. 

There are four ASAP modules.  Each module is updated annually and has content specifically designed for a particular student group:

 

Undergraduate and graduate students (21 and younger) enrolled in their first term at KSU

Undergraduate and graduate students (21 and younger) who are enrolled in their first term at KSU must complete “Think About It”, an approximately 90 minute online course that examines substance use, healthy relationships, sexual harassment and sexual violence. Responses to training questions are anonymous and can NOT be attributed to an individual.

The content of the sexual violence prevention education portion of “Think About It” may be triggering for some individuals. If you have this concern, Please contact the KSU Center for Advocacy Response and Education (CARE) at 785 532 6444, M-F during regular business hours before beginning the training module.

Questions about the training can be answered by contacting K-State ASAP Program at (785) 532-6595 or healthy@ksu.edu

This module is completed as assigned, one time only during the first term enrolled.

 

Undergraduate and graduate students (21 and younger) enrolled in terms two and beyond

Undergraduate and graduate students (21 and younger) who are enrolled in terms two and beyond at KSU must complete “Think About It: Campus SaVE”, an approximately 45 minute online course that examines substance use, healthy relationships, sexual harassment and sexual violence. Responses to training questions are anonymous and can NOT be attributed an individual.

The content of the sexual violence prevention education portion of “Think About It: Campus SaVE” may be triggering for some individuals. If you have this concern, Please contact the KSU Center for Advocacy Response and Education (CARE) at 785 532 6444, M-F during regular business hours before beginning the training module.

Questions about the training can be answered by contacting K-State ASAP Program at (785) 532-6595 or healthy@ksu.edu

This module is taken once annually (July 1 – June 30) as assigned until the student turns 22 and begins the “Think About IT: Adult Learner” module. Content is updated annually.

 

Adult learner undergraduate students (22 and older)

Undergraduate students (22 and older) who are enrolled in terms two and beyond at KSU must complete “Think About It: Adult Learner”, an approximately 45 minute online course that examines substance use, healthy relationships, sexual harassment and sexual violence. Responses to training questions are anonymous and can NOT be attributed an individual.

The content of the sexual violence prevention education portion of “Think About It: Adult Learner” may be triggering for some individuals. If you have this concern, Please contact the KSU Center for Advocacy Response and Education (CARE) at 785 532 6444, M-F during regular business hours before beginning the training module.

Questions about the training can be answered by contacting K-State ASAP Program at (785) 532-6595 or healthy@ksu.edu

This module is taken once annually (July 1 – June 30) as assigned and continues until an undergraduate degree is awarded. Content is updated annually.

 

Graduate students (22 and older)

Graduate students (22 and older) must complete “Think About It: Graduate Student”, an approximately 45 minute online course that examines substance use, healthy relationships, sexual harassment and sexual violence. Responses to training questions are anonymous and can NOT be attributed an individual.

The content of the sexual violence prevention education portion of “Think About It: Graduate Student” may be triggering for some individuals. If you have this concern, Please contact the KSU Center for Advocacy Response and Education (CARE) at 785 532 6444, M-F during regular business hours before beginning the training module.

Questions about the training can be answered by contacting K-State ASAP Program at (785) 532-6595 or healthy@ksu.edu

This module is taken once annually (July 1 – June 30) as assigned and continues through all future graduate enrollment. Content is updated annually.

 

ASAP may be completed on any computer with an internet connection.  

This 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

Kansas State University is one of hundreds of institutions nationwide taking a new approach to alcohol and sexual assault prevention.
Students who have enrolled for fall 2016 classes will receive a message from CAMPUS CLARITY in their campus email account on July 1, 2016. This email will provide more details about this program, including how to access the program and deadline for completing it.