UMAIL: Be Part of a Safe, Healthy and Inclusive Community!
Whether you're a first year student or new transfer, residential or commuter student, you have a role in creating the community you want--one that is safe and healthy for you and your peers, and one where all members of our community are valued, respected, and able to be personally and academically successful.
Utica College is committed to providing you with the information and skills you need to:
- reduce risks related to alcohol use;
- form healthy, consensual relationships based on communication and respect;
- be an active bystander at times when you or your peers are at risk; and
- fully engage with others in a community that celebrates diversity and provides inclusive spaces in order to foster diversity in perspective, background and experience.
What we need you to do As part of our comprehensive program for new students, Utica College expects you to complete three EverFi courses: AlcoholEDU, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Students, and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates. These three courses, or trainings, are online, interactive, engaging, and provide you with information about vital topics you need to be aware of before beginning your time at UC. In each course you will:
- explore key concepts;
- better understand Utica College's values and our expectations for your behavior;
- hone your decision-making skills and learn strategies for supporting others at UC; and
- have access to and information about resources both on and off campus.
How to Register for and Take the Courses Please check your UC email frequently over the next few days. You will be receiving an email from EverFi, the company that created these programs. You are already assigned to these courses, so you only need to log in through the link provided in the email and create a password on the EverFi site.
Completing the Courses and Due Dates You will receive an initial email with information about these courses which will be available beginning July 27, 2020. Courses can be completed in one sitting or at different times. For all of these courses, however, Part One must be completed by Monday, August 17, 2020. You will receive an additional email about Part Two for these courses, which will be due due by Friday, October 2, 2020. You will continue to receive reminders to take these courses until you have completed them.
For Questions and More Information If you have questions, or would like more information about these courses, feel free to contact us through the Office of Student Affairs at (315) 792-3100 or email@example.com.
Director of New Student Programs
Vice President for Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator
Dean for Diversity and Inclusion and Deputy Title IX Coordinator
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