High risk drinking and its consequences are problems for college students across the United States and USF students are not exempt from these concerns.
As we strive together to create a socially responsible learning community, USF requires all new first-year and transfer undergraduate students to take Think About It for college before coming to campus.
Think About It is a required, science-based online course that prepares incoming college students for the unique challenges and responsibilities of college life. Recognizing that the issues of drug and alcohol abuse, the hookup culture, sexual violence, and healthy relationships are all connected, the program examines these topics in social, cultural, and personal contexts that advocate self-reflection and the pursuit of social justice.
Spring 2014 Deadlines:
Students must complete Think About It: Part I by January 21, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Those who fail to complete Part I of the course by the deadline will be fined $50 on their student accounts.
In addition, Students must complete Think About It: Part II by April 18th at 5:00 p.m. Those who fail to complete Part II of the course by the deadline will be fined an additional $50 on their student accounts.
Accessing the Course
An email will be sent to new students (Freshmen and Transfer students) with information about the course and a link to access it. If you have not received the email, please click here to access Think About It now!
Another invitation email for Part II of the course will be sent 90 days after completion of Part 1.
Please be aware that you will need to know your USF email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and USF ID Number in order to access the Think About It course. If you don't know your USF ID or username, you can look it up on the USFconnect Login Tools page.
- Go to the Login Tools page.
- Click on USF ID Number Lookup.
- Enter your USF Username and Password, and then click the Find It button.
- Your email address is email@example.com
For Technical Support, provided by CampusClarity (a service of LawRoom): (800) 652-9546
For all other questions and concerns, call Health Promotion Services: (415) 422-5797