AlcoholEdu® for College & Sexual Assault Prevention
Going off to college can be intimidating and exciting!
As a Hartwick College student, you will grow and change in amazing ways between Opening Convocation and Commencement. We know that the culture at Hartwick College and the people you meet here will have a big impact on your learning. That’s why we’ve implemented a comprehensive educational program to help you make the safest, healthiest decisions possible.
Every new Hartwick student is required to take both AlcoholEdu® for College & Sexual Assault Prevention. All new Spring students must complete Part 1 of both courses by January 15, 2020 with a score of 75% or higher. Instructions for completing these courses can be found below.
Instructions, Information, & Tips for New Students
Under “Student/Learner,” enter the registration code 2ec957cf, and click “Next” to create your EverFi account
When prompted, use your seven-digit Hartwick student identification number and your Hartwick email address to create your account. Both of these can be found on in the letter you received this spring.
It is important that you do not share your login information with others. They will not receive credit for the courses if they use your account.
You must complete Part 1 of both AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention before August 5, 2019. Together, this should take about three hours. You do not need to complete the courses in one sitting.
You will need internet access and audio capabilities. To avoid technical issues, use an up-to-date, major web browser such as Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Google Chrome.
Aprroximately six weeks following the completion of Part 1, you will receive an email asking you to log in and complete the courses. It takes about 15 minutes total to complete Part 2 of both AlcholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention. Part 2 must be completed by October 5, 2019.
AlcoholEDU and Sexual Assault Prevention are required. Failure to complete one or both of the courses by the deadline will result in an account freeze and course registration hold. You will be unable to use your WICKit card on campus, and you will be unable to register for spring courses.
While we are committed to making a difference with our students, we also understand that parents are the primary educators when it comes to healthy relationships and the first line of defense against alcohol misuse and abuse. That’s why we’ve made AlcoholEdu® and Sexual Assault Prevention for Parents available to you.