Think About It is an interactive and informative online training program designed to promote a healthier and safer campus environment for everyone. Seattle U requires all new students to complete this as part of orientation.
Our undergraduates will examine the interconnected issues of hooking up, substance use, sexual misconduct, and healthy relationships through a variety of interactive, realistic scenarios and guided self-reflection. This generally takes between 2-3 hours to complete.
Our graduate and law student training focuses on the promotion of healthy relationships and the prevention of sexual misconduct. University policies and procedures are clearly outlined. This generally takes between 1-1.5 hours to complete.
Students are required to complete this training by established deadlines. Those who do not complete the training will have a Dean of Students hold placed on their account preventing registration for the following term.
This program is just one part of our commitment sexual misconduct prevention efforts on campus and is in alignment with guidance related to Title IX.
Think About It currently includes captioning for audio and video. Students needing additional accommodation may request a facilitated experience by contacting Ryan Hamachek at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 296-2593. When applicable the data capture portions will function in an HTML-based environment that is fully accessible using assistive technologies.
Think About It will be upgraded in summer 2015 for greater accessibility. For more information please read this Accessibility Statement. https://www.campusclarity.com/legal/accessibility_statement
Seattle University is committed to providing Think About It as inclusively as possible. We recognize that there are some limitations with the current demographics (specifically related to race and gender identity) and some scenarios provided are not as representative of Seattle U's student population as they could be. We have provided significant feedback to the company who provides Think About It and are continually working to improve this program through ongoing changes and updates. If you would like to discuss ideas, please contact Ryan Hamachek at (206) 296-2593.
This program is coordinated out of Wellness and Health Promotion located in Student Center 380 by Ryan Hamachek, if you have any questions or need any assistance please contact him directly at (206) 296-2593 or at email@example.com.
“Sexual Misconduct: Resources for Student Survivors” (pdf)
“Sexual Misconduct: Resources for Students Accused” (pdf)