AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates

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Who Needs to Take These Courses

Agnes Scott College and Georgia Independent College Association (GICA) are proud to partner with Vector Solutions to offer online education to new students. As part of a comprehensive health program and, Agnes Scott College expects each incoming student and transfer student to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates course (SAPU) or Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Course (SAPG) and first-year students under the age of 23 years old to also complete AlcoholEDU®.

Students are invited by email to complete the course. All first-year undergraduate students will receive an email on July 10, 2023. After receiving the email, students can log into the courses. If you have problems logging in or have other questions about the Vector courses, please email Include your first and last name, ASC email address and ASC ID. 


Key Dates to Remember

Fall 2023
August 11, 2023
September 21, 2023

Please note: Students who miss the Part 1 deadline should finish Part 1 of the required courses as soon as possible. There is a 30-day intersession between Part 1 and Part 2. If you do not complete this requirement, you will receive a HOLD on your registration for the next semester's classes.


 AlcoholEDU is a two-part online educational course about alcohol and other drug safety. The online course provides useful, research-based information to help students make healthy decisions and develop healthy lifestyle habits that will last a lifetime. It's completely confidential and individual responses about alcohol and other drug behavior are not accessible by Agnes Scott College or any other party. After completing this course, students will be able to: 

  • have realistic expectations that influence behavior associated with alcohol
  • model safer decision-making 
  • identify ways to create a healthier campus community 
  • link choices about drinking to academic and personal success 


Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates course (SAPU) and Sexual Assault Prevention Graduate course (SAPG) courses are tailored to their respective audiences and provide information about critical topics affecting college students everywhere. Even if a student is not directly impacted by relationship violence, sexual assault, stalking, or sexual harassment, chances are most people know someone who is. After completing this course, students will be able to: 

  • recognize warning signs of unhealthy relationships and abuse
  • identify consent as a normal, natural and expected part of healthy communication
  • identify how to respond if experiencing or witnessing sexual harassment 
  • understand common reactions to trauma 

If you have any questions or concerns, please email

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