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Think About It

Description

Think About It is a science-based online course that prepares incoming students for the unique challenges and responsibilities of college life.  The program is designed to help students understand the risks associated with alcohol and drugs and the connection between them and sexual assault.  The program will help students reduce their risks and empower them to make healthy choices.  This program is REQUIRED of all incoming students to the University of Cincinnati.

Timeline & Implementation

The program is divided into two different sections: Part 1 and Part 2.  Part 1 will open on July 1st and should be completed by August 20th.  Part 2 will be completed 90 days after the completion of Part 1.  Part 1 will take approximately 1.5 to 2 hours.  Part 2 will take approximately 15 minutes.  You will be able to log in and out of Part 1, and you do not have to complete the whole program in one sitting.

How to Access the Program

In order to log into the Think About It program you will need to know your UC username (6+2) and password.   Follow these steps to login:

1) Go to the UC login page 

2) Enter your UC username and password

3) Begin program

If you are unable to login to the program, please contact campus support below.

Need Help?

Technical supported can by reached by calling 1-800-652-9546 or emailing admin@campusclarity.com.

If you have campus related questions about the program, send an email to thinkaboutit@uc.edu.

 

Still have questions about the program?  Check out these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's).

A Message From President Ono

"In support of our university's commitment to maintain a positive academic environment that is free of any form of harassment or bias and to provide our community with the knowledge and skills needed to fulfill these responsibilities, we ask that all incoming students complete the Think About It program.   

I remain fully committed to this goal, and I trust that you share my resolve to ensure a campus atmosphere that advances both the university's mission and its reputation for excellence.

‒ UC President Santa Ono