Sex is an important part of life. For many men, thinking about sex starts early, often before puberty, and lasts until their final days on earth. On one level, sex is just another hormone-driven bodily function designed to perpetuate the species.
Sexual responsibility means making informed decisions and safer sex choices including abstinence. Being sexually responsible involves respecting your partner, having open communication about all forms of sexual activity, as well as taking precautions against sexually transmitted infections STIsHIV, and unplanned pregnancy. If you choose to engage in sexual activity, remember safe sex is not always enough.
The University of Michigan University supports its educational mission by fostering a community based on civility, dignity, diversity, inclusivity, education, equality, freedom, honesty, and safety. Consistent with these values, the University is committed to providing a safe and non-discriminatory learning, living, and working environment for all members of the University community. The University does not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in any of its education or employment programs and activities.
All new students must complete certain health and safety courses, including AlcoholEdu designed to reduce at-risk drinking behavior and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates and Graduates which help promote healthy behaviors and prevent sexual assault and relationship violence. You take these courses online, starting before you arrive at UB. Looking for training and information?
Please take our sec mini-poll. Stanford's policies and Title IX provide students with broad protections from unlawful sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. Read more.
AlcoholEdu uses science-based research and evidence-based interactive strategies, including personalized feedback, to educate students about alcohol and its effects. Sexual Assault Prevention uses a non-opinionated tone and style to provide important prevention skills and strategies to all students around issues associated with sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. To complete the program, you will need internet access and audio capabilities.
As part of our comprehensive health and safety program, UGA expects each member of the first year class and incoming transfer students to complete AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates. There is a 45 day intersession between Part 1 and 2. Finishing Part 1 as soon as possible will impact your completion date for Part 2 for each course.
Need help? Email here or call: OCRSM administers University policies and procedures prohibiting and addressing discrimination and harassment based on race, color, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, religion, protected veteran status or any other legally protected characteristic. OCRSM oversees the University's Title IX response, implementing policies and procedures to prevent and address sexual misconduct and other forms of sex discrimination, in compliance with the federal Title IX law.
Princeton University is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming educational and working environment for all members of its community. Consistent with these values and applicable law, including Title IX, the Clery Act and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act ofthe University maintains a comprehensive program designed to protect members of the University community from discrimination on the basis of sex or gender, which includes sexual misconduct such as sexual harassment and sexual assault, stalking and intimate partner violence. On this site, students, faculty, staff and members of the University community will find information regarding our policy and procedures related to sex discrimination and sexual misconduct.
The University of Kentucky is committed to providing a supportive learning environment and fostering safe, healthy relationships among our students. As such, the institution and members of our community will not tolerate the offenses of sexual and gender-based violence - this includes dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. This program is intended to help you learn more about these issues, as you play a crucial role in keeping our campus safe. Click here to begin taking the Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates course.