First-Year Undergraduate Students Online Programs
Virginia Tech is deeply committed to your well-being, academic success, and engagement in a unique learning experience that doesn’t end in the classroom. We believe that your ability to learn is enhanced when you are a member of a safe and healthy community.
DiversityEdu supports the Virginia Tech Principles of Community by increasing our understanding and acceptance of diversity in all forms.
We also want to prevent alcohol misuse and unwanted sexual behavior. Sexual Assault Prevention and AlcoholEdu are part of Virginia Tech’s comprehensive prevention strategies and a response to federal guidelines specified by the Campus SaVE Act and EDGAR, part 86, respectively.
To learn more about these programs or any technical issues you may experience, please refer to the links on the right hand side of the page.
Should a student elect to not take this free online training, a hold may be placed on their student account. This will prevent them from enrolling in classes until this training is complete.
Note: These online programs are meant for students to complete on their own and not with a parent or guardian. We encourage conversation with your student regarding the program content.
- What is AlcoholEdu?
- What is DiversityEdu?
- What is Sexual Assault Prevention?
- What is Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates?
- Letter from President Sands
- Technical Troubleshooting
- Contact Us
DiversityEdu is a Canvas-based program and does not have any additional requirements.