Think About It

Online Training: Sexual Misconduct Prevention & Policy

Seattle University is transitioning from our previous online education program, Think About It, to our new online education program, Get Inclusive’s Voices for Change. Voices for Change is designed to promote a healthy and safe campus environment for all Redhawks. Seattle University requires that all new students complete this training as part of orientation. This program is just one part of our commitment to preventing sexual misconduct, educating our community, and supporting survivors.

 

Assignments and the Requirement

Incoming students for both Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 should expect an invitation email at their SU email address by or on August 1st. This invitation will include course assignments, due dates, and log in instructions. Every new student registered for 1 or more credits is required to complete this training by the assigned due date. Those who don’t complete the training will have a hold placed on their SU account preventing registration for the following term. New students for Summer 2020, please note that because of the vendor transition, you may expect an invitation for August 1st, not the start of the Summer quarter.

 

Lifting a Hold

Seattle University places a hold on the student accounts of any student who did not complete the Think About It training. This program is no longer available. In order to have the hold removed, you will need to go through an individual 60 minute Zoom course through Wellness and Health Promotion. You can schedule this meeting meeting through Wellness & Health Promotions’ bookings portal. Students should select the “Think About It Alternative” meeting from the options and may choose any available time.

 

Contact Us

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us directly at ThinkAboutIt@seattleu.edu. Further contacts are below:

Assignments / Due Dates / Holds / Exceptions

Chris Fiorello, Director, Wellness & Health Promotions
206-296-2593
cfiorello@seattleu.edu

Course Content

James Willette, Associate Vice President/Dean of Students
206-296-6060
willettj@seattleu.edu

 
Think About It online training program