To complete the Campus Clarity: Think About it Module simply log in through the start here link below. If you have additional questions take a look to see if we might be able to answer it through the Frequently Asked Questions.
Topics covered include:
Sex in College
Campus and community resources available to victims
UF policies related to rape, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and sexual harassment.
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
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.
On the CampusClarity page, click the “Login to Training” button in the upper-right corner.
In the “All Users” section, enter your UF email address and click “Continue.”
You’ll be taken to the UF Authentication page. Enter your Gatorlink credentials and click “Login”
You’ll be redirected to your CampusClarity homepage.
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).
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.
All new UF graduate and professional students (whether online or residential) are required to complete the Think About It: Graduate Students course.
For all other questions, students should e-mail CampusClarity@ufl.edu.