Sexual Misconduct Prevention Online Training
All incoming students and employees at UD learn about sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, alcohol, consent, and bystander education through two online programs: Alcohol.Edu and Online Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (0r) Graduate Students. All incoming students must complete both programs with an 80% or higher prior to coming to campus in order to be able to register for next semester’s classes. Students and employees also receive equity, diversity, and inclusion training through a separate educational module, also listed on each individual’s Vector LMS account.
Students who attend a First Year Seminar through the FYE program receive further education about sexual misconduct, campus policies & resources, and how to intervene in situations where sexual misconduct may occur, through two classes taught by their Peer Mentor in their FYS class.
Additionally, students and organizations have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of sexual misconduct, consent, bystander intervention strategies, and healthy relationships through various university programs. Programs available through Sexual Offense Support on these topics may be requested for various groups such as Residential Halls, Greek organizations, and/or RSOs through Student Wellness and Health Promotion.
The following links provide information on your mandatory online training, including troubleshooting help.
Student Training: https://udelstudents-de.vectorlmsedu.com/
Faculty and Staff Training: https://udel-de.vectorlmsedu.com/
The University of Delaware has earned the highly regarded Campus Prevention Network (CPN) Seal of Prevention for our best-in-class digital prevention and wellness programs. The CPN Seal represents the highest standard for online prevention education, with a rigorous set of criteria to ensure we are making a measurable impact across the critical areas of sexual assault, alcohol and drug misuse, mental health, and diversity and inclusion. Only 12% of colleges and universities in the country achieved this recognition.
As this recognition reflects, we have made it a priority for our students to participate in a series of online trainings aimed at creating a safe and inclusive campus community. Some of these programs are required before students’ arrival on campus, and others will be part of the ongoing wellness initiatives we integrate throughout the student experience. We believe this continued investment in prevention is central to upholding our mission, honoring your trust, and preparing you for success on campus and beyond.