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Sexual Assault Prevention

For Students Arriving Spring 2019

As part of our comprehensive health and safety program, USU expects all incoming students – including first-year students, students returning from a leave of absence, transfer students and graduate students – to complete the Sexual Assault Prevention online course before arriving on campus. Undergraduate students are also encouraged to take AlcoholEdu for College. These courses will empower students to make informed decisions about issues that affect our USU community.


March 20, 2019

Students who have not completed Part 1 of the Sexual Assault Prevention course will receive a registration hold on their account. 60 days after you complete part 1, you will receive an email to complete part 2 of the course.


To begin the online courses, you will need an EverFi Higher Education Account.

  1. To set up an account, go to the student category that applies to you in the table below and click the course link. You will be prompted to login using your 8-digit USU A-number and password.
    1. You can look-up your A-number at
  2. Click “Register” to set up an EverFi Higher Education account. This will allow you to access the course(s) from your dashboard.
  3. If you have already registered for a course in Everfi, click on “Access Course” within the course's box on your dashboard to continue taking the course.

Complete the Sexual Assault Prevention course immediately. You will still be able to access and take the course after the completion deadline, but it will take 24 business hours for your hold to be removed once you have completed the course.

Sexual Assault Prevention will take approximately 1 hour to complete. AlcoholEdu for College will take approximately 1.5-2 hours to complete.

  1. If you are trying to login using a cellphone or tablet, try logging in using either a laptop or desktop computer.
  2. Make sure you are accessing the course from one of the links provided above.
  3. Try a different internet browser (e.g., Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome) released in the last two years.
  4. If you are still having a technical issue, support is available 24/7 from Everfi by calling 866-384-9062.

USU can only access information about courses completed by students who register with a USU A-number and cannot access information about courses completed at another institution. The Sexual Assault Prevention and AlcoholEdu for College courses include USU-specific resources and information that you should be aware of, so plan to take the course(s) again.

The courses include surveys about your personal health behaviors to help personalize your experience and measure students' attitudes and behaviors. All survey responses are confidential. USU will only receive information about the student body as a whole and never your individual answers as a student.

  • You may take the course in multiple sittings, but make sure to click on the “next” button after completing a section before clicking “exit.” If you do not progress to the next section first, you will have to repeat the previous section.
  • Should you experience problems, technical support is available 24/7 from Everfi and can be accessed from within the course by clicking on your name in the upper-right corner, then selecting “Help.”
  • 30 days after completing Part 1 of the course(s), you’ll receive an invitation to complete Part 2, which includes a follow-up survey.

USU requires all students returning from a Leave of Absence (LOA) to take the Sexual Assault Prevention course if they haven't completed it previously. New resources are added or updated each semester and to ensure students are aware of these updates, students returning from a LOA are required to take the course.

Please email or contact USU Student Affairs at 435-797-3137 or 435-797-9250 for any questions about requirements or verification.

If you have a technical issue, support is available 24/7 from Everfi and can be accessed from within the course by clicking on your name in the upper-right corner, then selecting “Help.” You can also call 866-384-9062. USU Student Affairs cannot provide technical support for the course.

About Sexual Assault Prevention

Sexual Assault Prevention is an online sexual violence awareness and prevention course. USU provides Sexual Assault Prevention as part of a federal mandate under the Campus SaVe Act for all students to learn about sexual violence. These regulations are enforced by the U.S. Department of Education.

Nationally, one in five college women will experience some form of non-consensual sexual activity by graduation. Additionally, one in 71 men will be raped at some point in their lives.

The widespread impact of sexual violence on students presents an urgent and pressing challenge for our nation's campuses. Sexual Assault Prevention – Understanding Sexual Assault addresses the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking, which impact countless college students across the country.

Sexual Assault Prevention uses a population-level approach to educate all students on the issues associated with sexual assault and relationship violence, taking into account their unique perspectives and experiences, providing:

  • Key definitions and statistics
  • Reflective and personalized content
  • Bystander skill and confidence-building strategies
  • Campus-specific policies, procedures and resources
  • Rich data summaries to inform future programming

About AlcoholEdu

AlcoholEdu for College is an educational online course about alcohol and other drug safety. It’s completely confidential and individual student responses about alcohol and other drug behavior are not accessible by USU or any other party. The course helps students develop healthy lifestyle habits that will benefit them the rest of their lives.

A federally funded, 30-campus randomized control trial found that AlcoholEdu reduces high-risk drinking and alcohol-related harms among college students. The program motivates behavior change by:

  • Resetting unrealistic expectations about the effects of alcohol
  • Linking choices about drinking to academic and personal success
  • Helping students practice safer decision-making
  • Engaging students to create a healthier campus community