Welcome, students!

Oregon State University is committed to the health, safety, personal development and academic success of our students.

We believe it is the responsibility of all students, staff, and faculty to create a safe community that promotes the well-being of the entire campus, which is why we feel it is necessary for new students to complete these important online programs.

How do online programs work?

There are 3 online programs: AlcoholEdu, Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates and Sexual Assault Prevention for Adult Learners.

Your student status determines which program you take.

  1. Click on the student status that best describes you.
  2. Click the buttons on your specific page to learn more about the program(s) you're required to take.
  3. Watch your student email for a link to take the required course(s). 
    • Be sure to save the link somewhere until you have fully completed part 1 and part 2 of your course(s).
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As a first-year student, you are required to take:

AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates

AlcoholEdu and SAPU are two key courses that contribute to our university's safe, welcoming community.

As a transfer student, you are required to take:

Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates

SAPU is an important course that is focused on the critical issues surrounding sexual assault, and is a crucial part of creating a safe and welcoming campus community for all.

As a graduate student, you are required to take:

Sexual Assault Prevention for Adult Learners

SAPAL is a crucial part of creating a safe, welcoming campus community at Oregon State.

    As an Ecampus student, you are required to take:

    Sexual Assault Prevention for Adult Learners

    SAPAL is a crucial part of creating a safe, welcoming campus community at Oregon State.

As a non-degree-seeking student, you are required to take:

Sexual Assault Prevention for Adult Learners

SAPAL is a crucial part of creating a safe, welcoming campus community at Oregon State. 

Students who must take AlcoholEdu:
  • First year, Corvallis-based, degree-seeking students.
  • First year, OSU Cascades-based, degree-seeking students.
  • First-year, La Grande-based degree-seeking students.
Students who must take Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates:
  • First-year, Corvallis-based, degree-seeking students.
  • First-year, OSU Cascades-based, degree-seeking students.
  • New Corvallis-based transfer students.
  • New OSU Cascades-based transfer students. 
  • New La Grande-based transfer students.
Students who must take Sexual Assault Prevention for Adult Learners:
  • New Ecampus students.
  • New graduate students from Corvallis, OSU Cascades, and La Grande campuses.
  • Non-degree students from Corvallis, OSU Cascades, and La Grande campuses.