CSU is committed to providing a safe campus for all students and promoting a culture of respect, dignity, and safety. As a result, CSU requires students to complete the Sexual Assault Prevention and AlcoholEdu online programs.

All enrolled students are required to complete the Sexual Assault Prevention online module, which educates students on issues associated with stalking, relationship violence, and sexual assault. Students learn about consent, how to help a friend, and how to intervene in a situation that might escalate to sexual assault. Built in collaboration with leading researchers and practitioners, Sexual Assault Prevention is an interactive module designed to engage and empower students to create safe and healthy campus environments. This course meets the educational mandate of the 2013 Federal Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act.

AlcoholEdu for College is an interactive, online program designed to inform students about how alcohol affects the body, mind, perceptions, and behaviors. The research-based course offers accurate information in a non-judgmental tone, while providing personalized feedback that encourages students to consider their own drinking decisions and those of their peers. Undergraduate students under age 23 must complete the AlcoholEdu Program. Even if students don’t drink, they may still be impacted by alcohol use in the college environment. 

Incoming students who must meet these requirements can access the online programs through RAMweb thirty (30) days in advance of the first day of classes on their first enrolled semester at CSU. 

More information about these important programs is available on the CSU Health Network New Student Checklist web page.