FOUNDATIONS provides communities with a customizable portfolio of educational modules ranging in topics such as hazing, sexual assault prevention, alcohol & other drugs, & mental health. The focus of FOUNDATIONS is providing risk reduction education that can be customized to your institution. Designed to provide consistent education to all members of a Fraternity/Sorority Community.

FOUNDATIONS online education program includes:

  • Your choice of up to 6 online learning modules
    • Introduction
    • Alcohol & Drugs
    • Hazing
    • Sexual Violence
    • Mental Health
    • Conclusion
  • Onboarding and follow-up emails to all participants
  • 24/7 technical support
  • Letter to parents about the program
  • Resource guide tailored to your campus or organization
  • Pre/Post assessment to evaluate student understanding, their opinions, and additional questions
  • Optional customization with your university or organizational branding

FOUNDATIONS is the perfect platform for Fraternity/Sorority Life Communities to provide consistent education for all members.

 

 

About Our Contributors

This program is instructed by a variety of professionals who are experts in their particular fields. They include:

  • Alex Weber: Host
  • Bobby Gordon: Alcohol & Drugs
  • David Stollman: Hazing
  • Lauren Cook: Mental Health
  • Suzette Walden Cole: Sexual Assault Prevention

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I bring Foundations to my institution?

Your community can be up and running with Foundations in as little as 24 hours, depending on contracting and data collection. Here is what the process looks like:

1. Work with your institution and the appropriate entities to handle contracting information for the campus, covering uses of the programs, rights, features, and data collection.
2. Compile the necessary contact information. We will need email addresses and names for all participants in an MS Excel .XLS file. Our team will work to ensure this file is properly uploaded for easy access.
3. You will receive an administrator login and access to the learning management system to monitor the program as needed.
4. Campus participants will receive an email detailing program access, outlining use, expectations, and technical information. You can choose to assign a specific time in which they are required to access and complete the program.
5. Depending on contracting and usage, the campus participants will gain access to the program for as long as needed to complete the curriculum. Throughout this process, participants and campuses will have 24/7 tech support. Additionally, real-time data collection will be available for campus administrators and moderators.