Starting on August 24th, 2020, new students (Fall 2020) should check their KU email for a program invitation or use this link to access the program: https://admin.fifoundry.net/university_of_kansas/sign_in
Starting on February 1st, 2021, new students (Spring 2021) should check their KU email for a program invitation or use this link to access the program: https://admin.fifoundry.net/university_of_kansas/sign_in
The University of Kansas is committed to the education, growth, and safety of our students. As part of KU's comprehensive sexual assault prevention programming, the Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center is using EVERFI®—a web-based educational training—addressing sexual and intimate partner violence prevention. EVERFI® is mandatory for all new and continuing undergraduate students, graduate students, and non-degree seeing students. We recognize that EVERFI® has limitations in the scope information provided and diversity of identities represented. EVERFI® is a foundational training, offered in addition to intersectional prevention education provided by the Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center.
All new and continuing KU undergraduate, graduate, and non-degree seeking students enrolled at KU for the Fall 2020 semester must complete EVERFI® prior to registering for Spring 2021 classes. New KU undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the Spring 2021 semester must complete EVERFI® before enrolling in Fall 2021 classes.
This training is free and is NOT a regular KU course for academic credit; it is a mandatory educational program. Students who do not complete the required training will be unable to register for future classes until the training has been completed. Enrollment holds activated post due date for this program are removed by an automated system at 1:30 pm and 10:30 pm daily upon completion.
Content Warning: EVERFI® utilizes situations and topics that can be triggering to some survivors of sexual violence and/or intimate partner violence. Support for all affected by sexual violence and/or intimate partner violence is available through the confidential Care Coordinator at email@example.com. Training alternatives are available upon request to the Care Coordinator.
For more information contact the Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center at 785-864-5879 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are having technical difficulties, please contact the EVERFI® Help Desk. They are available at 800-652-9546, Monday-Friday, 8 AM-5 PM PDT.General troubleshooting with course issues includes making sure you are on the most up to date browser. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are recommended as they are the most compatible browsers with HTML5. If you are on the most recent version of one of those browsers and it is still not working, clear your browser cache, shut down all browser windows, and try again.