First-Year Undergraduate Students Online Programs
Virginia Tech is deeply committed to your well-being, academic success, and engaging you in a unique learning experience that doesn’t end in the classroom. We believe that a student’s ability to learn is enhanced when they are a member of a safe and healthy community. Our goal is to increase our acceptance of diversity in all forms, and to reduce the negative consequences of alcohol misuse and abuse on campus as well as the incidents of unwanted sexual behavior. Students are asked to take Haven as part of Virginia Tech’s new comprehensive prevention strategy and in response to federal guidelines specified by the Campus SaVE Act.
To learn more about these courses or any technical issues you may experience, please refer to the links on the right hand side of the page.
– For Haven and DiversityEDU: you may have a registration hold placed on your university account.
– For AlcoholEDU: you may be required to assume the cost of the in-person course.
Tips for a successful experience:
- Please close other programs you have running
- Close other tabs on your browser.
- Use the navigation in the course pages (do not use your browser’s back button)
- Save your progress regularly so you don’t have to start over should an interruption of service occur.
- Make sure your device meets these minimum system requirements before starting the courses.
- RAM: 1 GB+
- Browsers: Chrome (latest version), Firefox (latest version), Safari (latest version), Microsoft Internet Explorer 10+
- Flash Player: Please note some browsers may require Adobe Flash for multimedia content.
- Screen readers: Mac with Voice Over and Internet Explorer with JAWS
The full minimum system requirements for AlcoholEDU and Haven. DiversityEDU is a Canvas-based program and does not have any additional requirements.
Note: These online programs are meant for students to complete on their own and not with a parent or guardian. We encourage your conversation with your student regarding the program content but please allow your student to complete the program on their own.