UM Prevention Education Programs

Hey, Griz,

We want you to have a positive and successful experience during your time with us at UM. One of the ways we can help with that is by requiring you to complete a series of prevention education programs — some online and one in person — during your time at UM. Below, you will find an overview of the programs, more information about requirements for completion and timelines and resources and contact information if you have questions.

These requirements apply to all UM students. If you are not a new student but have not completed these programs, you must complete them in order to register.

AlcoholEdu

AlcoholEdu is an online program that provides information on the use and effects of alcohol as well as prevention and risk-reduction tips. You can log in and begin taking Part 1 starting now.

Should you experience problems, technical support is available 24/7 and can be accessed from the "Help" link within the program.

The hold for AlcoholEdu will read:  AlcoholEdu www.umt.edu/preved

For more information, please contact the Assistant for the Office of Student Affairs, Cal Reynolds, or call (406) 243-5225.

Sexual Assault Prevention for Adult Learners

Sexual Assault Prevention for Adult Learners is an online program designed to educate students about sexual assault, healthy relationships, consent, and bystander intervention. You can log in and begin taking Part 1 starting now.

The hold for Sexual Assault Prevention for Adult Learners will read:  EVERFI-ADLT www.umt.edu/preved

This training session contains triggers related to sexual assault and relationship violence. Please contact SARC if you are a survivor and need support.  We can assist with removing the administrative hold so you will not have to take the training. If you need support please call SARC at (406) 243-4429.

For more information, please contact the Assistant for the Office of Student Affairs, Cal Reynolds, or call (406) 243-5225.

Bystander Training for Newly Enrolled Students

Bystander Training If you are a new student (including a freshman, new transfer student, new graduate student, or new law student) or if you have not yet completed Bystander Training, you must attend a required in-person bystander training session. No need to register, but once the training is complete, you must swipe your Griz Card for proof of attendance. 

All UM students are welcome and encouraged to attend. This training offers education about sexual violence, teaches students how to look out for one another, and empowers students to interrupt unsafe situations.

The hold for Bystander Training will read:  Bystander www.umt.edu/preved

This training session contains triggers related to sexual assault and relationship violence. Please contact SARC if you are a survivor and need support.  We can assist with removing the administrative hold so you will not have to take the training. If you need support please call SARC at (406) 243-4429.

For more information, visit the Bystander Intervention Training webpage or call SARC at(406) 243-4429.

Transit Financial Wellness

Transit is an online financial literacy program designed to help students learn about personal finances, student loans, budgeting, and the use of credit. Transit is also offered in two parts. 

For more information please visit the Transit website or contact the UM Financial Education Program, at (406) 243-6016.