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

Kansas State University is one of hundreds of institutions nationwide taking a new approach to alcohol and sexual assault prevention.

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 web based Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention Program (ASAP). Within 24 hours of enrollment, students will receive an email invite from Get Inclusive, inviting them to take the program. This email invite will provide more details about this program, including how to access the program and the deadline for completing it.

You will have 20 days to complete the training.

Sign in to the ASAP Program

KSU's ASAP uses the Voices for Change courses from Get Inclusive© 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 two ASAP modules.


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.