Prevention Initiatives at Marshall University

Prevention Initiatives at Marshall University

We are…determined, committed, and united, in our efforts to maintain a safe, inclusive environment for everyone at Marshall University. To help ensure our success, the university has provided the following prevention programs and training sessions for our students and staff.

To ensure that our values of personal responsibility, diversity, and civility are promoted, the University provides a wide-array of prevention programs and training to our students and employees.

Fall 2019 Program Details

Program Launches July 29, 2019
Part One Deadline August 25, 2019
Intersession Period 30 Days
Part Two Deadline October 18 , 2019

Spring 2020 Program Details

Program Launches TBA
Part One Deadline TBA
Intersession Period 30 Days
Part Two Deadline TBA

Student Training Modules

AlcoholEdu

As part of our comprehensive alcohol prevention program, Marshall University requires all new student, including full-time transfer students, regardless of their personal views or experiences with alcohol or other drugs, to complete AlcoholEdu. This 1-2hour program will expose students to topics of high-risk behaviors associated with alcohol and other drugs while highlighting important campus resources. Invitations and reminders will be sent to student email accounts.

Prescription Drug Misuse Prevention

Marshall University expects each new undergraduate student, including full-time transfer students, regardless of their personal views or experiences with other drugs, to complete Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention. This 45-minute prescription drug abuse prevention program will educate students regarding issues related to access of and harms associated with the misuse of prescription and other drugs. The program will discuss ways in which students can recognize the signs of abuse, assist others in seeking help, and treatment options and resources. Invitations and reminders will be sent to student email accounts.

Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates

As part of our comprehensive gender-based harassment and violence prevention program, Marshall University expects each student to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates. This 45-minute online course will expose students to the critical issues associated with gender-based harassment and violence and equip you with the necessary information to care for themselves and their fellow Marshall family. This program is required of all matriculated students, regardless of age, campus location, and credit hour. Invitations and reminders will be sent to student email accounts.

For questions or concerns about Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates, please email tolliver@marshall.edu

Sexual Assault Prevention for Student Athletes

Marshall University is deeply committed to promoting a campus community that is welcoming and inclusive to all individuals. In kind, the NCAA seeks to promote the academic and personal development of all its athletes. To that end, we ask that you please provide 45-minutes of your time to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Student Athletes, a new online training program to help to underscore our mutual commitment to promoting the best of our campus community. Invitations and reminders will be sent to student athlete email accounts.

For questions or concerns about Sexual Assault Prevention for Student Athletes, please email beatricecrane.banford@marshall.edu

Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students

As part of our comprehensive gender-based harassment and violence prevention program, Marshall University expects each new graduate student to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates. This 45-minute online course will expose students to the critical issues associated with gender-based harassment and violence and equip you with the necessary information to care for themselves and their fellow Marshall family. This program is required of all new to Marshall graduate students, regardless of age, campus location, and credit hour. Invitations and reminders will be sent to student email accounts.

For questions or concerns about Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates, please email tolliver@marshall.edu