The training explores (college students for the challenges and responsibilities of college life) and addresses the interconnection between drug and alcohol abuse, decision making, and sexual violence.
Topics covered include: Sex in College Healthy Relationships Partying Smart Sexual Violence Dating Violence Domestic Violence Stalking Sexual Harassment Consent Campus and community resources available to victims UF policies related to rape, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and sexual harassment.
Bystander Education Alcohol and drug use and its relationship with sexual violence Responding to an acquaintance assault How to report these issues and UF’s process for investigation and resolution of these issues Available interim measures According to a 2007 Campus Sexual Assault study by the U. Department of Justice, one in five women in college may have been the victim of attempted sexual assault or completed sexual assault, compared to one in sixteen male students.
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After logging into Campus Clarity, students should be taken to their personalized “My Training” page where they will find their required training.
In the “All Users” section, enter your UF email address and click “Continue.” You’ll be taken to the UF Authentication page.
Enter your Gatorlink credentials and click “Login” You’ll be redirected to your Campus Clarity homepage.
“Think About It” is an interactive online training course designed and distributed by Campus Clarity (a service of Lawroom).
The goal of the training module is to help students make healthy decisions and promote a positive and safe culture on and off campus.
Various research papers and evidence suggest that interpersonal violence often causes harmful psychological effects, which may consequently lead to poor grades or interrupted education.