AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAPU)

We provide resources related to alcohol and drugs, nutrition, physical activity, sleep, stress management among others.  It is our goal to promote lifelong healthy behaviors to enhance your success during your time at Tufts. 

If you identify as a person in recovery from alcohol or drugs please visit our resource page. We are committed to helping students in recovery through a network of supports and resources throughout campus and in the local community. 

Also, you might have participated in SAAD, MADD or other health peer groups at your High School. If you are interested in being a member of Tufts University's Peer Health Group, please contact the Department of Health Promotion and Prevention.

AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAPU)

Tufts University is one of hundreds of institutions nationwide requiring every member of their first year class to complete AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAPU) (formerly Haven) –  non-opinionated, science-based courses taken by hundreds of thousands of students each year. AlcoholEdu and Haven offer a confidential, personalized experience for each student, which will empower you to make well-informed decisions about issues that affect your years at Tufts and beyond. 

Instructions

  1. Log in to your Student Information System (SIS) account
  2. On your SIS home page, click AlcoholEdu/SAPU in the 'About Me' section (lower-left corner of the 'About Me' box).
  3. Complete Part I of both courses by August 24.  You will receive notification to complete Part II after a brief intersession.
  • Should you experience technical difficulties, click the "Help" button to access the 24/7 help center.
  • For questions about AlcoholEdu, contact the Department of Health Promotion and Prevention.
  • For questions or concerns about completing SAPU, contact Alexandra Donovan, Sexual Misconduct Prevention Specialist. We also encourage you to explore the website for the Center for Awareness, Resource and Education (CARE) at Tufts, which provides all students with confidential support, resources, and ongoing training related to sexual misconduct prevention and bystander intervention.

If you are a transfer student, Tufts will accept completion of the AlcoholEdu or equivalent program from your former institution within the last two academic years. You must provide proof of successful completion of the course by the appropriate person (Wellness or Health Educator, Alcohol and Other Drug Coordinator, etc.) from your school to the Department of Health Promotion and Prevention.

Tufts is committed to providing equal access and support to all students through the provision of reasonable accommodations. If you have a disability that requires reasonable accommodations for the completion of this program or website, please contact the Student Accessibility Services office at accessibility@tufts.edu or 617-627-4539.