Everfi Alcohol Edu + Haven
All New Students Must Complete The Course by Friday, September 6, 2019.
You will receive an e-mail the 1st week of July with a link to complete the course. Be sure to check your NAU e-mail.
Failure to complete the course by the deadline will result in a $50 program fine being added to your account.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I have to complete this course? Accordion Closed
The content in these educational modules are designed to help create a healthy and safe learning environment for all NAU students. The alcohol module content is designed to reduce risky alcohol consumption which can interfere with academic success and create unsafe situations. The sexual violence content helps NAU meet federal requirements of the Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVE) Act to provide prevention education to all NAU students about healthy relationships and sexual violence prevention.
What happens if I do not complete the course by the deadline? Accordion Closed
You will be charged a $50 program fee.
How long does the program take? Accordion Closed
Approximately 2 hours in total for both modules.
Who is required to complete the program? Accordion Closed
All new students.
I received a fee for not completing the course but I no longer go to NAU. What should I do? Accordion Closed
Contact the bursar’s office and ask them to remove the fee
I attended “True Life-I’m a Lumberjack” during Freshman Orientation. Do I still have to complete this course? Accordion Closed
Yes-the content in “True Life-I’m a Lumberjack” does not fulfill the requirements of the Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVE) Act. Everfi provides more in depth information and resources.
Do students need to send proof of completion somewhere? Accordion Closed
No, but it doesn’t hurt to save a copy for their records in case of an erroneous charge.
How will students find out about the program? Accordion Closed
A series of emails will be sent to student email addresses beginning early July. The link to complete the course will be embedded in these emails. There will also be reminders from other sources, including residence halls and media messaging across campus.