Think About It
As part of our comprehensive alcohol, drug and sexual misconduct prevention program, Georgia College requires each member of the first-year class to complete this course. Think About It prepares new college students for the unique challenges and responsibilities of college life. Focusing on minimizing the risk associated with alcohol, drugs and sexual violence, Think About It takes a harm-reduction approach that resonates with students and results in healthy campus cultures that foster learning and growing intellectually.
Important DatesCourse Opens July 7, 2014
Part 1 Deadline August 4, 2014
Part 2 Deadline October 10, 2014
Think About It has two parts. Both must be completed to fulfill this requirement.
Think About It: Part I will be available beginning July 7, 2014. Students will receive an email at their bobcats.gcsu.edu email address with a link to begin the course. This course provides students with a comprehensive foundation in four areas, sex in college, partying smart, sexual violence and healthy relationships. This course prepares students before they begin their life in college. The deadline for finishing Think About It: Part I is August 4, 2014. You must complete this section before moving into the residence halls.
About 45 days into the semester, you will receive an email informing you that it is time for you to complete Think About It: Part II. This part of the course follows up with students early in their college life to track how their attitudes and behaviors have shifted. It reinforces critical lessons from Think About It: Part I about intervening in high-risk situations. The deadline to complete Think About It: Part II is October 10, 2014. Completion of the entire course is a requirement to receive a passing grade in the First Year Academic Seminar Class. In order to graduate from Georgia College, you must have had completed and passed a First Year Academic Seminar. If you do not completeThink About It in its entirety, your graduation could be delayed.
Think About It prompts open conversations with your college-age children about issues that really matter to students' health, safety and success. Click here for a demo using the access code: xxxxxx