Going off to college often means experiencing things
for the first time, making day-to-day choices that were previously decided by family
members or teachers.
Now that you’re on your own, it’s time you gain the
knowledge and develop the confidence to make smart, healthy choices that
contribute to your success in and out of the classroom.
In order to maintain a socially responsible
learning community, USF requires all first-year and transfer
undergraduate students and first year graduate students to complete Think About It before arriving on campus. Think About It is a research-based, online training program that empowers incoming
students to make healthy choices and to minimize risks associated with alcohol,
drugs, and sexual violence.
Think About It Undergraduate Course is a 3-part program.
Part 1: Think About It: Turning Points uses an engaging, thoughtful approach to provide students with the
tools they need to navigate the risks of life in college before they
ever set foot on campus.
Part II: Think About It: Good Friends follows up with students after they have been on campus for several
months. It reinforces crucial strategies for bystander intervention with
a life-like house party scenario.
Part III. Think About It: The Way Forward trains students to address stalking, abusive relationships, and sexual
violence on campus. It covers how to recognize unhealthy relationships
and stalking, as well as the best ways to support survivors of sexual
Think About It: Graduate Students Course is only one part and provides sexual assault and sexual harassment training carefully
tailored to the unique needs of graduate and branch campus students.
Accessing the Course:
Once enrolled at the university, an email invite will be sent to your USF email address approximately 30 days before classes start with directions to access Part I. If you do not received this email, sign
up for Think About It at CampusClarity.com. Please be aware that
you will need to know your USF email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and ID number to register. If you
don't know your USF ID:
- Go to myUSF
- Select “Forgot USF ID?” on the left hand side
- Enter your username and password
Think About It technical support, contact CampusClarity at (800) 652-9546. For all
other questions and concerns, call USF Health Promotion Services at (415)