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.
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, and that is why the University of Idaho is launching Think About It, a cutting-edge, comprehensive, online orientation program that educates and informs through a format that was created with students for students.
All new, full-time undergraduate UI students under age 24 on the Moscow-campus are required to complete the program by April 3, 2014.
Not meeting this deadline will result in students receiving an "New Student Online Education" enrollment hold. This means that students will not be able to perform enrollment activities, including course registration, until they have completed Think About It.
Staff in the Office of the Dean of Students will manually lift holds based on completion reports run only during business hours. For example, if you finish the program at 10 p.m. on Friday, April 11. The staff in the Office of the Dean of Students will remove your hold the next business day, which is Monday, April 14. Please plan accordingly so that you can register for classes.
Think About It Deadlines
||Enrollment Hold Deadline
||April 3, 2014
||November 3, 2013
Students required to complete the program were sent an invitation to their VandalMail email accounts in December and January. There, students will find a unique link that will track their completion of the program. Students who need a new link generated, can enter their VandalMail email address on the Login Page
a new link will be sent to their inbox.