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Health and Safety Online Prevention Modules

Montgomery College has partnered with Vector Solutions, formerly Safe Colleges, to provide interactive, online learning modules to ensure a safer and more inclusive community at MC.  The College's mission is to help students address critical life skills such as alcohol abuse prevention, sexual assault prevention, and cultural competency.  The online modules offered:

  • AlcoholEdu for College
    • Educates about alcohol, other drugs, and bystander intervention. Can be completed in about 90 minutes.

  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Students
    • Equips learners with the information and skills necessary to create a respectful and welcoming environment for everyone. Can be completed in about 40 minutes.

  • Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention
    • Educates on the knowledge, skills, and tools to help students make healthy, informed decisions about prescription medication.  Can be completed in about 40 minutes.

  • Sexual Assault Prevention for Community College Students
    • Strengthens learners' understanding of sexual assault prevention and empowers them to be prosocial bystanders.  Can be completed in 45 minutes. 

To access a course, please follow the instructions below: 

  • Instructions for faculty: Faculty are encouraged to use these modules for their students as a complement to course content that is relevant or as extra credit if they find it helpful for student learning. Also, it is a great way to encourage students to learn about how to stay safe, make healthy choices, and find support resources to aid themselves or a loved one. If an instructor would like to have their students access the module for credit, they should complete the form EverFi Course Request for Facultynew window and follow the instructions in the form.

  • Instructions for students: Students are granted monthly access to the module. To request access, email Angela Dawson and the Wellness Center.
    To access the training module, students will receive an email letting them know they can now log into the assigned "online course." Students should expect an email from Montgomery College with the subject line "Online Course Assigned to You by Montgomery College."  Please do not delete this email and look for this email in your spam folder if you couldn't find it in your inbox.  If you find the email suspicious, contact the OIT Help Desk at