CampusClarity Think About It   Module

What is it?

“Think About It” is an interactive online training course designed and distributed by CampusClarity (a service of Lawroom). The goal of the training module is to help students make healthy decisions and promote a positive and safe culture on and off campus. The training explores (college students for the challenges and responsibilities of college life) and addresses the interconnection between drug and alcohol abuse, decision making, and sexual violence.  It encourages students to reflect critically on the personal beliefs, social norms, and cultural pressures that enable high-risk behaviors.

Topics covered include:

  • Sex in College
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Partying Smart
  • Sexual Violence
  • Dating Violence
  • Domestic Violence
  • Stalking
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Consent
  • Campus and community resources available to victims
  • UF policies related to rape, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and sexual harassment.
  • Bystander Education
  • Alcohol and drug use and its relationship with sexual violence
  • Responding to an acquaintance assault
  • How to report these issues and UF’s process for investigation and resolution of these issues
  • Available interim measures
Why is it required?

According to a 2007 Campus Sexual Assault study by the U.S. Department of Justice, one in five women in college may have been the victim of attempted sexual assault or completed sexual assault, compared to one in sixteen male students. Research also suggests college women are more at risk of sexual assault during the first few weeks of their freshman and sophomore years. Furthermore in a 2000 study by Fisher, Cullen & Turner, 90 percent of sexual assaults are committed by somebody known to the victim and that alcohol is usually involved in 75 percent of cases.  

The prevalence of sexual assaults on campuses has garnered government interest and has generated national media attention. In accordance with the federal law the Campus SaVE Act (2013) & Florida State Statutes FSS 741.28, FSS 794.011 & FSS784.048, the University of Florida is committed to providing an educational institution that is safe for all students and free from any type of violence, thereby promoting an environment that is conducive to achieving academic goals.  This commitment is embodied in the University’s Sexual Harassment Policy which is consistent with the Title IX Education Amendment of 1972 that prohibits any form of gender-based discrimination and sexual harassment.

The Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights defines sexual harassment as any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature and includes dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual battery, rape, stalking and sexual harassment among the behaviors covered.

Various research papers and evidence suggest that interpersonal violence often causes harmful psychological effects, which may consequently lead to poor grades or interrupted education. It is envisioned that continuous provision of education and awareness-raising programs and application of knowledge will lead to the reduction or elimination of prevalence rates.  CampusClarity is the introductory stage of this plan.  Students will be encouraged to form healthy relationships by actively practicing the knowledge and skills acquired and by always seeking consent. Disciplinary action will be taken against individuals who do not comply with the policies and laws.

How do I access the CampusClarity training module?
  1. Students will receive an email notice with links to access the training. Alternatively, students can access the module by selecting https://www.campusclarity.com.
  2. On the CampusClarity page, click the “Login to Training” button in the upper-right corner.
  3. In the “All Users” section, enter your UF email address and click “Continue.”
  4. You’ll be taken to the UF Authentication page. Enter your Gatorlink credentials and click “Login”
  5. You’ll be redirected to your CampusClarity homepage.
  6. Please note there are two versions of the program, one for undergraduate students and one for graduate/professional students. Students will be directed to the correct version based on their enrollment status.
What are the applications supported OS / browser combinations?
  • OS: Windows (Vista and Above) or Mac OSX
  • Browser: Internet Explorer (v9 and above), Chrome (v32 and above), Firefox (v28 and above), Safari (v5 and above).
 
What if my browser is having trouble loading the training?
  • Turn off popup blockers
  • Enable cookies
  • Enable java script
  • Requires Adobe Flash
  • Requires Adobe Reader
  • For IE users with “Trusted Sites,” ensure https://home.campusclarity.com and https://www.campusclarity.com are added to the “Trusted Sites” list.
What is the system availability of CampusClarity?
The CampusClarity system is an online training platform available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year long, with exception during pre-announced maintenance windows.
 
What does a user experience upon successful login into CampusClarity?
After logging into CampusClarity, students should be taken to their personalized “My Training” page where they will find their required training. From here, students can launch or resume their training.
 
Who is required to complete the training modules?
All new undergraduate UF students (whether online or residential) are required to complete the Think About It training course.
 
All new UF graduate and professional students (whether online or residential) are required to complete the Think About It: Graduate Students course.
 
How does a user complete the training modules?
After logging into the CampusClarity system, students can begin the training experience by clicking the “Launch Course” button. In the course, users will be introduced via video and interactive survey questions to complete the training.
 
Are my responses private?
Yes, there is no linkage between the user’s login and the answers they provide within the training course. There will be demographic specific questions asked during the training course. For more information or to speak with someone about privacy, please contact CampusClarity@ufl.edu.
 
When is the training available for me to take?
The training is available at the start of your first semester. At the beginning of the term, you will receive an email informing you of your specific training requirement.
 
When is the deadline to complete the training?
The training for students beginning classes in Summer B or Fall has a due date of October 19.  Students may complete the training after the due date, however, they will not be permitted to register for next semester classes until the training has been completed.  The due date for students beginning classes in Spring is March 19.
 
What happens if I do not complete the training?
All new students will have a hold placed on their student record. If students do not complete the training, this hold will prevent them from registering for a future term until the training has been completed.
 
What do I do when I complete the training?
After the training is completed the CampusClarity system automatically sends completion information to UF. When UF receives this information, the hold on the student’s record is removed, students have the ability to print out a certificate. They do not need to send the certificate to anyone or do anything else.
 
Who should students contact if they are having difficulty with the training?
Students experiencing technical troubles with the training should contact the UF Help Desk at 352-392-HELP (4357).  The Help Desk is available 24 hours per day.
 
For all other questions, students should e-mail CampusClarity@ufl.edu.