Substance Abuse & Sexual Assault Prevention for Students

Think About It is an ongoing online substance and sexual abuse training program that prepares students to confront and prevent serious campus problems. Our program delivers Title IX and Campus SaVE Act training with a non-judgmental approach to effectively reach students.


Think About It: Turning Points

The first course in our three-part program, Think About It: Turning Points uses an engaging, thoughtful approach to provide students with the tools they need to navigate the risks of life in college before they ever set foot on campus.

Think About It: Good Friends

Our second Think About It course, Think About It: Good Friends, follows up with students after they have been on campus for several months. It reinforces crucial strategies for bystander intervention with a life-like house party scenario.

Think About It: The Way Forward

Our third course, Think About It: The Way Forward, trains students to address stalking, abusive relationships, and sexual violence on campus. It covers how to recognize unhealthy relationships and stalking, as well as the best ways to support survivors of sexual violence.

Think About It: Graduate Students

Think About It: Graduate Students provides sexual assault and sexual harassment training carefully tailored to the unique needs of graduate students.

Sanction Courses

In addition to the three main Think About It courses, we offer three narrowly targeted sanction courses, tailored to the needs of students involved with alcohol, drug, and sexual assault violations.

The Campus SaVE Act

If your school publishes an Annual Security Report under the Clery Act, you must comply with the Campus SaVE Act. Click the link above to learn more about the Campus SaVE Act’s training requirements for students, faculty, and staff.

Read the Whitepaper

All of our Think About It courses make use of rich media, gamification, and interactive scenarios to engage students. Download the whitepaper now to learn more about our innovative and engaging approach.