Skip to main content

Online Modules

Vanderbilt devotes considerable resources to assisting students in making intelligent choices regarding their own health and safety, as well as the health and safety of other students and the larger Vanderbilt community. Among these resources are online education programs designed to provide critical information about our community’s expectations. More information about each of the online education programs is included below. Please click on the program name for a detailed description and access instructions.

If you have questions about the modules below, please consult our Frequently Asked Questions page. If you still need further assistance, please email doscompliance@vanderbilt.edu.

For assistance accessing these modules due to a medical condition, please contact Diana Morris at doscompliance@vanderbilt.edu or Student Access Services at disabilityservices@vanderbilt.edu. If you are experiencing any issues accessing the Sexual Assault Prevention, AlcoholEdu for College, Protecting Youth, or Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion for Students modules, please contact accessibility@everfi.com.

 

Entering Undergraduate Students

All incoming first-year and transfer students are required to complete the modules outlined below by the deadline listed in the email they receive from the Office of the Dean of Students. Please note that emails will be sent to students’ Vanderbilt email address from automated-message@everfi.net.

Every year, a number of students expose themselves or others to unnecessary risk because of alcohol-induced behaviors and suffer repercussions such as being treated in the emergency room as a result of the over-consumption of alcohol. The AlcoholEdu for College module is a 45-minute interactive module designed to assist students in making safer and healthier choices about alcohol use. For more information about alcohol education at Vanderbilt, visit the Center for Student Wellbeing.

Access Instructions:

For technical support completing AlcoholEdu for College, click here.

As part of Vanderbilt’s ongoing efforts to enhance awareness of the University’s initiatives and resources to prevent sexual and interpersonal violence, incoming students are required to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates, a 45-minute interactive module that educates students about the types of sexual and interpersonal violence, bystander intervention, as well as relevant laws, policies, warning signs, and campus resources. For more information about sexual misconduct response and prevention at Vanderbilt, visit Project Safe.

Access Instructions:

For technical support completing Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates, click here.

Vanderbilt University strives to be a leading learning institution where achieving equity, diversity, and inclusion are its highest priorities as it trains global citizens who will contribute to the development of a better nation and world. As part of this mission, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion is a 45-minute interactive module that provides students with essential information and skills to thrive in and sustain a culture of inclusive excellence.

Access Instructions:

For technical support completing Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion for Students, click here.

Vanderbilt is committed to protecting minors on its campus and in its programs. As part of this commitment, all students–even those who do not currently plan to work directly with minors–are required to annually complete an educational module on protecting minors. Incoming students are required to complete Protecting Youth, a 45-minute interactive module that outlines the requirements for members of the Vanderbilt community when interacting with minors. For more information about Vanderbilt’s Protection of Minors Policy, click here.

The Protection of Minors Annual Renewal module will be an annual requirement for students who have already completed the Protection of Minors 101 module.

Access Instructions:

For technical support completing Protecting Youth, click here.

 

Entering Graduate/Professional Students

All incoming graduate and professional students are required to complete the modules outlined below by the deadline listed in the email they receive from the Office of the Dean of Students. Please note that emails will be sent to students’ Vanderbilt email address from automated-message@everfi.net.

As part of Vanderbilt’s ongoing efforts to enhance awareness of the University’s initiatives and resources to prevent sexual and interpersonal violence, incoming graduate/professional students are required to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students, a 30-minute interactive module, tailored for post-baccalaureate students. It educates students about the types of sexual and interpersonal violence, bystander intervention, as well as relevant laws, policies, warning signs, and campus resources. For more information on sexual misconduct response and prevention at Vanderbilt, visit Project Safe.

Access Instructions:

For technical support completing Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students, click here.

Vanderbilt University strives to be a leading learning institution where achieving equity, diversity, and inclusion are its highest priorities as it trains global citizens who will contribute to the development of a better nation and world. As part of this mission, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion is a 45-minute interactive module that provides students with essential information and skills to thrive in and sustain a culture of inclusive excellence.

Access Instructions:

For technical support completing Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion for Students, click here.

Vanderbilt is committed to protecting minors on its campus and in its programs. As part of this commitment, all students–even those who do not currently plan to work directly with minors–are required to annually complete an educational module on protecting minors. Incoming students are required to complete Protecting Youth, a 45-minute interactive module that outlines the requirements for members of the Vanderbilt community when interacting with minors. For more information about Vanderbilt’s Protection of Minors Policy, click here.

The Protection of Minors Annual Renewal module will be an annual requirement for students who have already completed the Protection of Minors 101 module.

Access Instructions:

For technical support completing Protecting Youth, click here.

 

All Returning Students

Vanderbilt University strives to be a leading learning institution where achieving equity, diversity, and inclusion are its highest priorities as it trains global citizens who will contribute to the development of a better nation and world. As part of this mission, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion is a 45-minute interactive module that provides students with essential information and skills to thrive in and sustain a culture of inclusive excellence.

Access Instructions:

For technical support completing Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion for Students, click here.

Vanderbilt is committed to protecting minors on its campus and in its programs. As part of this commitment, all students–even those who do not currently plan to work directly with minors–are required to annually complete an educational module on protecting minors. The Protection of Minors Annual Renewal 2019-2020 module is an annual requirement for all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students who have previously completed Protection of Minors 101. If you have not previously completed the Protection of Minors 101 or Protecting Youth module, please see the instructions above under Entering Students. To verify your last recorded completion date, click here. For more information about Vanderbilt’s Protection of Minors Policy, click here.

Access Instructions:

  • Go to https://oraclecloud.vanderbilt.edu/
  • Log in with your VUnetID and Password (if an alternate login page is displayed, click the blue “Company Single Sign-On” button to open the Vanderbilt single sign-on page)
  • Select the “Learning” tile
  • In the “What learning are you looking for?” search bar, type Protection of Minors 
  • Select the Protection of Minors Annual Renewal 2019-2020 course and click “Start Learning”

If you experience any difficulty completing the annual renewal module, contact protectionofminors@vanderbilt.edu.

 

Additional Resources for All Students (Optional)

Vanderbilt is committed to helping students stay safe and secure and offers this Campus Safety Guide that outlines options for responding to weather events, medical emergencies, and active threats. For more information about safety on campus, visit the Department of Public Safety.

Kognito: At-Risk for Students is for all students wishing to learn more about noticing signs of stress and promoting positive student mental health. This 45-minute interactive program gives students tools to recognize signs of emotional stress in a fellow student, approach at-risk students, discuss their concerns, and connect fellow students with resources on and off campus. To increase the safety net for our community, we encourage all students to participate. For more information about mental health and wellbeing at Vanderbilt, visit the Student Care Network, Student Care Coordination, Center for Student Wellbeing, and the University Counseling Center.

 Access Instructions:

  • Go to https://www.kognitocampus.com/
  • Create a new account using the enrollment key Vanderbilt70
  • When prompted to choose your Training Point-of-View, select Student/RA

GradReady is a free tool that includes information for managing tuition, budgets, and bills. The resource is designed to help students understand their financial aid and manage their finances. After creating an account, students will maintain access during their time at Vanderbilt and after they leave. For additional information and access instructions, visit the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships.

 

Parents

Visit https://everfi.com/partners/colleges-universities/higheredparents/ for resources on promoting healthy behaviors and addressing critical issues such as sexual assault, relationship violence, and substance abuse.