Educational Modules

Over the course of the summer, expect to receive information through your Stevens email regarding required educational online modules on topics including alcohol and other drugs, mental health, Title IX, hazing and the Stevens Honor System. These online modules are one way to educate all members of the Stevens community regarding our expectations for a healthy campus culture and to equip you with the skills and resources to make thoughtful decisions as a Stevens student. Not only does Stevens require students to complete these modules, but the information in many of these modules is required by state and federal mandates for new college students. New students must complete all modules by August 31, 2023.

  • Stevens Honor System. The Honor Board is responsible for ensuring that the undergraduate community upholds the Stevens Honor System. As part of your Pre-Orientation and welcome to Stevens, you need to complete the appropriate Honor System Modules in Canvas. By completing this module, you will have completed one part of your induction into the Stevens Honor System. The second part of your induction will take place during the Annual New Student Convocation. To complete this module, please log into and click on the "Canvas" icon in the left icon grid. Once you are in Canvas, please find and complete the "Honor System Seminars" course. Please reach out to the Honor Board Executive Board at [email protected] with any questions.

  • Voices for Change. Discusses hazing, Title IX and sexual violence prevention. Encourages students to apply the concepts to their own lives and consider the effects of certain behaviors on themselves and on the people around them.

  • Mental Well-Being. Explores the topics of change and stress and helps students to recognizethe importance of mental health and how to get help when needed.

  • Alcohol and Other Drugs. Explains some of the risks that come with being in the first year when it comes to drugs and alcohol. Provides students with information to make decisions that will work for them, help them and give them ways to help their friends.

  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Focuses on the value of understanding how to personally contribute to more inviting, equitable and diverse campus communities. Rather than prepare students to engage in debates related to social justice and/or systemic issues, this course seeks first to establish a foundation of cultural competency and cultural humility that includes empathy-building, compassion, individual values mapping, bystander intervention skills and self-care.