Online Prevention Programs
NOTE: Students who have completed one or both of the programs at another Montana Institution can notify the Interim Dean's office (SUB 223, 657-1696) to verify completion and will not have to take them again.
On behalf of our administrators, faculty, staff, students, and alumni, we are dedicated to making your time as an MSU Billings Yellowjacket full of positive growth in all aspects of your life. As you prepare for this exciting new chapter or continue your experience, please know that MSU Billings provides numerous resources to aid in your transition and enhance your college experience. Part of our effort to ensure student success is the implementation of Everfi (Alcohol Edu for College and Haven), two online prevention programs. Our goal in requiring these courses is to help students make the safest, healthiest decisions possible.
- Alcohol Edu for College is a two-hour, interactive, online program (non-credit) designed to inform students about how alcohol affects the mind, body, perceptions, and behaviors. It provides students with accurate, non-judgmental information and personalized feedback.
- Haven is an one-hour, interactive, online program (non-credit) created to address sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. It’s designed to engage and empower students to create a safe, healthy campus environment.
As part of our comprehensive program for students, Montana State University Billings along with the Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education and Montana Board of Regents expect all new, transfer and graduate students, including online, to complete Haven for College. Additionally, all new and transfer students under the age of 21 are required to complete AlcoholEdu for College. These courses open on Monday, December 22, 2014 and Part 1 must be completed by Friday, January 23rd. Part 2 of the course must be completed 45 days after the completion of Part 1 or by Friday, April 10. Registration holds for Fall Semester 2015 will only be placed on accounts if Part 1 is incomplete.
Questions? Please contact the Dean of Students office at 406.657.1696 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org