EverFi Online Education

As a member of the ‘Canes community, it is your responsibility to impact the lives of your peers in positive and productive ways.

The University of Miami is committed to assisting you in making intelligent choices regarding your own health and safety, as well as the health and safety of other students and the larger ‘Canes community. 

EverFi course registration information will be sent out to students via their official University of Miami e-mail with more information about the program requirements, access information, and deadlines when the modules are available.

If a hold is placed, once you have completed the course, please email campusclarity@miami.edu with your name and C# to ask for the hold to be removed.

Course Access Information

  • Undergraduate Students

    First Semester - AlcoholEdu & Sexual Assault Prevention

    EverFi’s AlcoholEdu & Sexual Assault Prevention courses will educate you on substance abuse, sexual violence, healthy relationships, and bystander intervention. These are substantial, but important topics that require the commitment of your time and effort as you join us. Through your dedication, these courses will set the foundation for success during your time as a Miami Hurricane.

    Completing the Online Courses

    After 30-45 days you will receive an invitation to complete Part 2 for both courses, which must be completed by the end of the assigned semester.

     

    Second Semester - Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention

    Educating our students is more important than ever to combat the risks and harms associated with prescription drug misuse and abuse to ensure their safety at the U. This Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention course uses an evidence-based, public health approach to empower students with the knowledge and skills they need to make safe and healthy decisions about prescription drugs.  

    Completing the Online Course

    • Click this Link to Access Course
    • Sign in using your CaneID and Password
    • Register with EverFi by clicking ‘Next’
    • Click the blue ‘Get Started’ button to launch the Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Course

    After 30-45 days you will receive an invitation to complete Part 2, which must be completed by the end of the assigned semester.

     

    AlcoholEdu for Sanctions

    AlcoholEDU for Sanctions is an online, science-based course is designed to teach you about the effects of alcohol on the body and mind, and to assist you in making safer and healthier decisions. If you have been sanctioned to complete this course please follow the steps below:

    • Please email campusclarity@miami.edu for course link
    • Sign in using your CaneID and Password
    • Click the blue ‘Get Started’ button to launch the course  

    Part 1 of the course is due within 2 weeks of the sanction issuing date. You must have a score of at least 85 to pass Part 1.  After you complete Part 1 there will be an 'intersession' of 30 days before you can complete Part 2.

    The course may include surveys to help personalize your experience and measure students’ attitudes and behaviors. All survey responses are confidential; the school will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see individual students’ answers.

     

    Second Year - AlcoholEdu Ongoing & Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing

    AlcoholEdu on-going education & Sexual Assault Prevention courses will educate you on substance abuse, sexual violence, healthy relationships, and bystander intervention. Through your dedication, these courses will empower you to make smart decisions and ensure your success throughout your undergraduate career.

    These courses have been specifically designed to complement the courses you completed in your first year at the U.

    Completing the Online Courses

    After 30-45 days you will receive an invitation to complete Part 2 for both courses, which must be completed by end of the assigned semester.

  • Graduate/Professional Students (Grad, Law, & Med)

    Graduate students will be contacted by their academic school directly. If you have not received information, please follow the steps below to complete the module.

    For further inquiries, please reach out to the following contacts:

  • Parents & Families

    Visit EverFi's Higher Education Parents website for resources on promoting healthy behaviors and addressing critical issues such as sexual assault, relationship violence and substance abuse.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    I completed AlcoholEdu and/or Sexual Assault Prevention last year as a first year student, why do I have to do this again?

    The AlcoholEdu on-going education & Sexual Assault Prevention on-going courses are designed specifically to compliment the courses you took in your first year at the U. All returning second year students are required to complete these on-going courses. This is a commitment that you make, as a Miami Hurricane, to support a healthier and safer campus environment.

    I completed AlcoholEdu and/or Sexual Assault Prevention for another institution or organization. Do I need to complete it again?

    Yes. The modules may vary by institution and it is important that you learn the expectations and standards that are specific to our University of Miami community.

    I completed part 1 of AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention. How do I access Part 2?

    Part 2 does not become available until 45 days after you complete part 1. If you have completed part 1, you are in compliance with the mandatory modules requirement, and you will receive more information about accessing part 2 following the 45-day intercession.

    I am having technical issues and need help!

    Should you experience problems, technical support is available 24/7 and can be accessed from the “Help” link within the course or by visiting support.everfi.com.

    I am currently living outside of the United States of America and cannot access the modules.

    Please send an email to campusclarity@miami.edu stating your current location, which modules you are unable to access, and when you will arrive in the U.S. An extension may be granted; however, you will continue to receive the reminder emails until you complete the modules.

    How do I log back into Sexual Assault Prevention or AlcoholEdu?

    Utilize links above depending on your current class standing. Log in with your CaneID and Password. Click the AlcoholEdu or Sexual Assault Prevention link.

    NOTE: You may log in and out of the course at the end of each section. Section ends are marked with a “Next” button. DO NOT log out until you click the “Next” button or you will have to repeat the section you have just gone through.

    I am having problems logging in with my CaneID and/or Password

    First, verify that you are typing in your CaneID and password correctly. Remember that CaneLink is case-sensitive, and all characters must be keyed in correctly. If you are still getting the error message, then click on the "Forgot your CaneID or Password" link at https://caneid.miami.edu. For more information, go to the CaneID Help page.

    What should I do if I received an email stating that I have not completed a module that I believe I already completed?

    For Sexual Assault Prevention make sure you have completed the “Post Quiz” section and for AlcoholEdu make sure you have completed the “AlcoholEdu for College–Exam” section. Both of these sections must be done in order to successfully complete the module.

    If you have checked those elements and are still receiving a notification, send an email to campusclarity@miami.edu and include a screenshot of the completion screen and your C#.

    For Sexual Assault Prevention or AlcoholEdu, log into Everfi with your CaneID. Screenshot your home screen that shows you completed the module in question.

    I am in a one year program and already have a bachelors degree.

    As a Miami Hurricane, you are still required to go through this training. Depending on your school or college there may be some alternatives to the traditional first or second year course. Please email campusclarity@miami.edu for information.