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Undergraduate Admissions

Sexual Assault Prevention and AlcoholEdu for Undergraduates

We require each member of the incoming undergraduate class to complete two online courses before they arrive on campus:

  • AlcoholEdu for College
  • Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates

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These details apply to both AlcoholEdu for College and Haven courses; you will complete them separately. The online courses will be available beginning July 10, 2017.

Part 1

  • Requires internet access and audio capabilities
  • Includes pre-test, information section, and final exam
  • Part 1 of AlcoholEdu for College should take approximately 1.5–2 hours to complete; Part 1 of Haven should take approximately 1 hour to complete
  • Can be completed in multiple sessions, but remember to complete sections by clicking the “Next” button at the end or your progress will not be saved
  • You must score 75% or higher on AlcoholEdu for College
Complete by January 3, 2020
Part 2

  • Complete this part after August 29, 2019. You will have approximately one month to complete this.
  • Requires internet access and audio capabilities
  • Follow-up survey
  • Should take approximately 15 minutes to complete
Complete by February 14, 2020

These online, non-opinionated, science-based programs were developed by a company called EverFi, are used at schools around the country, and are completed by hundreds of thousands of students each year. They are confidential and personalized: North Park University won’t know what answers or information you input. We’ll just get a report that you have completed it, and data about our incoming students as a whole group.

The course includes a variety of tools and information sources, including videos, blogs, infographics, and strategies and tips for making responsible decisions and acting as a positive influences for your friends.

  • To promote a healthy, safe environment at North Park
  • To empower you to make informed decisions about alcohol, relationships, and ways you can create a safe community
  • To prepare you to respond appropriately to the varying situations and influences you might encounter on a college campus

If you have questions or need help, please contact the Division of Student Engagement at (773) 244-5565 or at