Think About It - Required Safety Program
Think About It
What is Think About It? A University of Idaho initiative to help new students examine the interconnected issues of substance abuse, sexual violence and healthy relationships through a variety of interactive, realistic scenarios and guided self-reflection.
All first-year, undergraduate UI students on the Moscow campus, under the age of 24 as of the first day of classes, are required to complete the Think About It program.
Early Completion Prizes
Fall 2016 - Win an iPad Mini!
Students who complete the program by midnight on Sunday, Aug. 21, the day before classes begin, will receive a limited-edition Vandal T-shirt and be entered to win an iPad mini.
Students who start school in the spring can complete the program by midnight on Tuesday, Jan. 10, to be entered to win a prize. Details coming soon.
Fall: Midnight, Friday, Sept. 9, 2016
Spring: Midnight, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017
The first semester on any college campus presents risks for new students when it comes to substance abuse and sexual assault. Knowing how to navigate challenging situations is key to student success and safety.
Think About It is a cutting-edge, comprehensive, online orientation program that educates and informs through a format created with students for students.
All first-year, undergraduate UI students, under age 24 as of the first day of classes, on the Moscow campus are required to complete the Think About It program.
Students who start school fall 2016 can complete the program by midnight Monday, July 25, to be entered to win one of three Fitbit ChargeHR activity trackers.
Students who start school spring 2017 can complete the program by midnight Tuesday, Jan. 10, to be entered to win a prize. Details coming soon.
Fall 2016: Midnight, Friday, Sept. 9, 2016
Spring 2016: Midnight, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017
Students who don't meet the program deadline will receive a "New Student Online Education" enrollment hold.
Students with this hold will not be able to perform enrollment activities, including course registration, until they have completed Think About It.
Dean of Students staff will manually lift holds once a completion report is processed during business hours 8 a.m.-5 p.m.