Online learning module information is sent to all new students via ScarletMail email account in early June.

Don’t forget, all first year and transfer students who start in Fall 2017 are required to complete three online learning modules by September 1, 2017.  Students who fail to complete the three modules by the deadline will be unable to register for Spring 2018 classes.  This registration hold will remain on the student’s account until all three modules are completed. First year and transfer residential students must complete the online learning modules prior to moving into their residence hall. 

For all new students (first-year and transfer) starting in Spring 2018, these modules will be sent to you prior to the start of the Fall 2018 semester and guidelines for completion will be similar to those outlined above.

Links to the modules are available here.

Students who have concerns about completing a module or wish to request an exemption are asked to contact nb.compliance@rutgers.edu.   

For questions about the modules or technology, please review the FAQs or email nb.compliance@rutgers.edu.

Not Anymore

Training

Not Anymore is designed to help prevent sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence and stalking. Students will learn how to identify potentially dangerous situations and intervene to stop them.

AlcoholEdu for

College Training

AlcoholEdu is designed to inform students about how alcohol affects the body, mind, perceptions and behaviors.

Transit-Financial

Wellness Training

Transit-Financial Wellness is designed to empower students with the skills to successfully manage their finances while in school and post-graduation. Students will learn to minimize student loan defaults and make responsible financial decisions.

One additional online learning module (Academic Integrity) will be sent during the Fall 2017 semester for all new students to complete. The deadline for this module will be noted within the announcement of this module.

Academic Integrity

Training

As stated in the Rutgers University Academic Integrity Policy, “Rutgers is committed to fostering an intellectual and ethical environment based on the principles of academic integrity”. The Academic Integrity Tutorial for New Students was developed to support this commitment and to promote a strong culture of ethics and integrity at Rutgers.