Campus SaVE Act Hold
To remove this registration hold from your account, open the course invitation from EverFi in your FAU email and click the log in button at the top of the email. Or go directly to admin.fifoundry.net/floridaatlanticuniversity and sign in using your FAU Net ID. Select your designated Sexual Assault Prevention course. Holds are removed every hour upon the hour upon completion.
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***Attention Spring 2021 Graduate Students***
This announcement is for current FAU Undergraduate Students who have been admitted into a graduate program beginning Spring 2021.
Congratulations on your recent acceptance into a graduate program! As an incoming graduate student, you will be required to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students. This course will be deployed on November 9th, 2020 for completion. We are currently experiencing an error where some current FAU undergraduates are not updating in the system appropriately to reflect the new graduate student status, and you may have a hold prematurely applied to your account preventing you from registering for your Spring 2021 courses.
If you are experiencing this error, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will adjust your hold date. We are working to resolve this error as quickly as possible.
At FAU, we are committed to health, safety, and wellbeing of our students, faculty, and staff. EverFi's Sexual Assault Prevention course is a 2-part module which underscores critical skills to preventing campus sexual violence, including identifying warning signs of (un)healthy relationships, using healthy communication skills, recognizing consent or lack of, bystander intervention, challenging gender socialization and identifying resources available to students in response to critical issues such as dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sexual harassment. The EverFi course you receive is tailored to match your experience as a traditional undergraduate student under the age of 24, adult learner, or graduate student.
Part 1 is a 1-hour interactive module in which students practice decisions in engaging scenarios, explore tips to improve their relationships with others on campus, and become familiar with university policies & services. An invitation to complete Part 2 will arrive in your student email inbox 30 days after the completion of Part 1. Part 2 is your opportunity to demonstrate how you used skills you learned to make FAU a safe and respectful learning environment for all. The second module will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. FAU students are expected to complete both modules 1 and 2 to satisfy the course requirement.
Why do I have to take this course?
Sexual violence is a national epidemic impacting 26% of college women, 7% of college men, and 23% of trans students. In an effort to address this issue, the Campus SaVE Act requires federally funded universities provide education on sexual violence prevention to all students. At Florida Atlantic University, we offer Sexual Assault Prevention by EverFi to all incoming students in compliance with federal regulation and as a priority to promote campus safety.
I am not an incoming student. Why am I just now receiving this requirement?FAU has required completion of a sexual assault prevention course for all incoming students since 2014. FAU previously contracted with Campus Clarity to offer the course "Think About It". On April 7, 2020, FAU sunset it's contract with Campus Clarity. All outstanding assignments in the Campus Clarity system were transferred to EverFi. Corresponding AU - Campus Clarity Holds are now replaced by the CS - Campus SaVE Act hold.
The hold on my account is dated to start a few months from now, but is blocking me from registering from my courses now.
Future dated holds will block any activity that applies after the start date of the hold. A hold on your student account will block you from registering for any courses that begin after the course start date. Holds are future-dated to minimize disruption to activities that apply to the current semester (i.e., course withdrawal).
I don’t have time to complete the course now. Can you take the hold off so I can register and I will complete the course later?
Completion is required for hold removal. The course was assigned when you enrolled for courses prior to your first semester. A completion due date was posted in your invitation email. Holds are only activated on the accounts of students who fail to complete the course by the assignment due date. Late completion is not a valid exemption for course extension or hold removal.