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AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates

AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAPU) are online educational programs all incoming University of Texas at Austin students are required to complete. Through interactive and personalized course content, AlcoholEdu teaches college students risk reduction in the areas of alcohol and drugs while SAPU addresses sexual assault prevention and healthy relationship promotion.

Who needs to complete AlcoholEdu and SAPU?

AlcoholEdu and SAPU are mandatory for all incoming students (first year and transfer) starting UT. Even if a student has previously completed AlcoholEdu, SAPU, or a similar program while enrolled in another institution, they must complete AlcoholEdu and SAPU at UT Austin.

Students who fail to complete either Part 1 or Part 2 of the AlcoholEdu or SAPU Program by the deadline will not be able to see their grades online for that semester.

How do I sign up for AlcoholEdu and SAPU?

All incoming students will receive an introductory email with a link to the program website and information with how to register. Students starting in the fall semester will receive the email on August 1 and students starting in the spring semester will receive the email on December 17.

You can access the programs by logging in with your UT EID and password. After registering, you may access the programs again by logging in to your account using your UT EID and password.

How do I complete AlcoholEdu and SAPU?

AlcoholEdu and SAPU have a Part 1 and a Part 2. Completion of both parts is required by the stated deadline.

Part 1: becomes available on August 1 for the fall semester and December 17 for spring semester. Part 1 deadline is August 28 for the fall semester and January 22 for the spring semester. Part 1 takes approximately 2 hours to complete.

Part 2: becomes available 45 days (approximately 6 weeks) after completion of Part 1. Part 2 deadline is November 2 for the fall semester and March 17 for the spring semester. Part 2 takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.




Answers provided by students are confidential and responses are never linked to individual students. You can save your work and come back to the program at a later time if necessary.

Any questions?

Please direct your questions to the Office of Health Promotion at University Health Services by phone at (512) 475-8252 or by email at healthpromotion@uhs.utexas.edu.

Technical difficulties?

If you experience technical difficulty with the AlcoholEdu or SAPU, try the following:

  • Use an alternate browser.
  • Refresh the screen 2-3 times from within the course.
  • Close all browser windows, and try logging into the course again.

If you continue to experience technical difficulties, the  AlcoholEdu Online Technical Support Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

For support, click the "Help" button in the upper-right corner of any active window in AlcoholEdu for College or call 1-866-384-9062.You do not need to be logged into the course to access the Help Site.

Resources for Parents

During the transition to college, parents and caregivers can play a crucial role in continuing to make a positive impact on your student’s health and wellbeing. Check out this resource page for strategies on engaging your student in thoughtful and constructive conversations about how to stay healthy and well in college and beyond.

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