Alcohol Edu Requirements

AlcoholEdu for College is an online prevention program that encourages students to make safe decisions regarding alcohol and how to manage the behaviors of peers in order to create a healthier campus.

Haven is an online prevention program that teaches students the issues associated with sexual assault and relationship violence as well as bystander intervention methods. 

AlcoholEdu & Haven Login

Please note: If you started AlcoholEdu and Haven courses prior to JUNE 2016 DO NOT use the button above to access your account, please login into your account through www.everfi.com and click past courses to gain access. 

If you are a incoming student for Fall 2017 please do not complete these courses until you have received instructions from the Health Educator. Instructions will be sent out on a weekly basis starting after July 14, 2017.

All incoming freshman, transfers and readmit students that are under the age of 23 at the time of admittance to the University are required to complete this course. Exemptions from this course also include Palmetto College students If you feel that you are exempt from these courses please contact the health educator.

Deadlines for AlcoholEdu and Haven

Deadline for Fall 2017 Semester

Deadline for Part 1 August 18, 2017
Deadline for Part 2 November 3, 2017

Deadline for Spring 2018 Semester

Deadline for Part 1 January 12, 2018
Deadline for Part 2 March 23, 2018

Reminder: Students must email the health educator at healthed@uscupstate.edu , post completion of part 1 of both courses as well as post completion of part 2 of both courses to receive credit.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take to complete these courses?

AlcoholEdu and Haven courses are divided into two parts and take approximately 2-2.5 hours to complete. Part 1 of each course will take upwards of 2 hours to complete and Part 2 of each course will take approximately 15-30 minutes. You will have a 45 day intersession between Part 1 and Part 2 of each course. An email will be sent after the 45 day intersession prompting you to complete Part 2.  

Who is required to complete these courses?

All incoming freshman, transfers and readmit students that are under the age of 23 at the time of admittance to the University are required to complete this course. Exemptions from this course also include Palmetto College students. If you feel that you are exempt from these courses please contact the  health educator.

When can I get started?

AlcoholEdu and Haven courses are available starting in mid-July. AlcoholEdu and Haven instructions will be emailed to students once they have completed orientation. Existing users can log-in to the program via the the AlcoholEdu and HavenlLogin button above. If you have not received the instructions please email the health educator

Why am I required to complete these courses?

In compliance with Title IX and the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVE) Act, AlcoholEdu for College and Haven provide students with comprehensive prevention and intervention strategies to make safe decisions regarding alcohol and sexual assault and manage the behaviors of their peers to create a healthy and safe USC Upstate campus.

What happens if I do not complete these courses?

If you do not complete both Part 1 and Part 2 of AlcoholEdu for College and Haven by their respective deadlines, a hold will be placed on your student account making you ineligible to add/drop, change or withdraw from the course schedule. Completion of the course is dependent upon completing both Part 1 and Part 2 of both courses, in addition to scoring a 75% or better on the course exam at the end of Part 1.

I am unable to login using the button above. What do I do?

If you are having issues trying to login to AlcoholEdu and Haven with the button above, please contact the Help Desk at helpdesk@uscupstate.edu or 864-503-5257.

I am unable to move forward in the course and the section is repeating. What do I do?

If you are having trouble with the courses, please contact Everfi.com through the help button at the bottom of the webpage or call 1-866-384-9062.

Can the intersession period be skipped?

No, the intersession is built into the program and cannot be manually skipped.