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As part of UW's comprehensive approach to alcohol, sexual assault, and relationship violence prevention and mental health education, the University of Wyoming is requiring all first-year students and transfer students with less than 60 credits and those who are 21 years of age and younger to complete AlcoholEdu Primary, Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAPU), and Mental Well-Being for Students. These are online, non-opinionated educational programs that are used on almost 1,500 campuses nationwide.
You will receive an email from UW through Vector Solutions inviting you to complete each course when the courses open.
Part 1 of AlcoholEdu, SAPU, & Mental Well-Being will open Monday, July 24, 2023*
*IMPORTANT: Incoming students will be notified on this date with instructions to access these courses. Until then, incoming students will not have access to the courses.
Part 1 of ALL courses are due Friday, August 25, 2023 by midnight
Part 2 of ALL courses are due Friday, October 20, 2023 by midnight
Part 2 of each course will open 45 days after you complete Part 1 of each course.
If you have a registration hold on your account due to missing the below deadlines and you have now completed the courses, you must contact the HOPES Program stating you have completed both courses and include your W#.
Part 1 of all courses were due January 13, 2023
Part 2 of all courses were due March 10, 2023
If you miss the deadlines, a registration hold will be place on your student account. You will still be able to access and take the courses after this time, but there may be delays in removing your hold. Holds are manually removed and therefore, you must contact the HOPES program at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-766-6776, stating you have completed the requirements as well as providing your W#.
Note: There is a 45 day intermission between Part 1 and 2. Finishing Part 1 as soon as possible will impact your completion date for Part 2 for each course.
1. Login to your WyoWeb account by going to http://wyoweb.uwyo.edu and click "Students." When returning to the courses at a later date, you will repeat steps 1-3.
2. On the left-hand side, you will find your "Checklist" with a link to AlcoholEdu. The link will take you to the Vector Solutions website which hosts the courses.
3. The Vector Solutions website utilizes single sign-on, meaning that your username and password are the same as your UW username and password.
4. Once you have logged in to your account, you will be taken to a dashboard with AlcoholEdu, SAPU, and Mental Well-Being as options to begin.
PLEASE NOTE: AlcoholEdu, SAPU, and Mental Well-Being are SEPARATE courses. Please ensure that you complete ALL in their entirety. You must pass each final exam with a 75% or higher to get credit for these courses. If you receive less than 75%, you will need to retake the final exam.
5. When you are complete with each course, the modules should show 100% complete. DO NOT log out until you click the "Next" button or you will have to repeat the section you have just gone through.
6. Since there are two parts for each program, the "Checklist" will not reflect a green checkmark until Part 2 is completed. Since these courses are hosted on a site outside of the UW system, there can be a delay in reflecting the changes on WyoWeb. For any questions, please contact the HOPES Program at email@example.com or 307-766-6776.
All incoming first year and transfer students with less than 60 full credit hours and those who are 21 years of age and younger.
If you believe you have an extenuating circumstance, please contact the HOPES program to inquire further.
If you are assigned the courses and you have 60 or more transfer credits, are over the age of 21, are a graduate student, completing your second bachelor's degree, or faculty/staff taking additional courses, please contact the HOPES Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-766-6776 as you are exempt from taking the courses.
If you have completed AlcoholEdu or Mental Well-Being at another institution, send verification to the HOPES Program. Acceptable materials include confirmation emails of completion from Everfi or Vector Solutions or a screenshot of your previous Everfi or Vector Solutions dashboard showing you have completed the course. If you are unable to gather this information, try contacting the person who oversees these courses at your previous institution to see if they have any records. If materials cannot be verified, you will need to retake the course. *This also applies if you completed the SAPU course any time after August 14, 2020.
If you have completed SAPU at another institution (but before August 14, 2020), you will need to retake the course. The Department of Education passed new Title IX regulations that took effect on August 14, 2020. In response, SAPU has been updated to incorporate the new Title IX regulations.
Part 1 of AlcoholEdu Primary will take approximately 90 minutes to complete.
Part 1 of Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates will take approximately 45 minutes to complete
Part 1 of Mental Well-Being for Students will take approximately 45 minutes to complete
Part 2 of all courses will take approximately 15 minutes each to complete.
You may take the course in multiple sittings, but make sure to click on the "next" button after completing a section before logging out. If you do not progress to the next section first, you will have to repeat the previous section.
The AlcoholEdu course will include surveys about your personal health behaviors to help personalize your experience and measure students' alcohol-related attitudes and behaviors. All survey responses are confidential; UW will only receive information about the student body as a whole and never your individual answers as a student. This is also true about SAPU and Mental Well-Being.
Yes. Not only does AlcoholEdu provide general information about alcohol and other drugs, it also provides helpful information about what you can do as an active bystander. It is important that all UW community members feel equipped to look out for one another to create a safe environment. The course also provides you with essential campus resources and policies.
Our recent data from the 2022-2023 academic year suggests that students are positively impacted with 99% reporting that AlcoholEdu prepared them to “make responsible decisions about drinking.”
In regards to SAPU, majority of UW students agree that SAPU “helped them identify characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships” and 75% agree that SAPU “made them more confident in their ability to intervene when they see concerning behavior.”
Lastly, we are excited to start gathering data from the Mental Well-Being course as Fall 2022 was the first semester it's been included with this requirement.
Here are a few things to try if you run into problems:
If you are accessing training from a desktop or laptop computer:
Update and restart your browser. If you have any pending updates, they may need to be completed to move forward with training.
Clear your browser’s cookies and cache, which is typically located under your browser’s history settings.
It is possible that device-specific browser extensions and/or pop-up blockers may be interfering with your training. Try accessing the training from another browser to rule out this possibility.
If you are accessing training from a mobile device:
The system is compatible with many mobile devices; however, some users may have personal configurations that prevent certain courses from loading. Additionally, some custom and policy courses are best displayed on a computer. If you are experiencing difficulty loading the training on a personal device, try accessing the courses through a laptop or desktop computer.
If you have tried the above suggestions and are still experiencing a technical issue, visit the Vector Solutions support website to access troubleshooting tips, open a web ticket, or contact the user support team via phone at 1-800-434-0154 Ext. 3. Phone and Web Form Ticket support is available between Monday - Friday, 6:00 am - 4:00 pm MST. Be sure to include the following details when reaching out - course title, browser, and device you're using to take the course.