Think About It: Preparing for the responsibilities of college life

As part of Eastern Florida State College's commitment to provide a safe and positive college experience for every student, EFSC encourages all students to take part in "Think About It," the online education program that explores the unique challenges and responsibilities of college life.

This course inspires participants to think critically about cultural issues, interpersonal relationships and sexual misconduct, as well as informs students of their rights and responsibilities under federal laws such as Title IX, the Violence Against Women Act and the Clery Act. The program is free, and highly recommended for all students.

"Think About It" not only explains how such legislation is intended to assist and protect students, but also describes where and when these laws apply to them. It is an innovative, engaging and informative online course, created with students, for students. Throughout the program, students will learn more about these issues through a variety of interactive, realistic scenarios and guided self-reflection. The course promotes a healthier and safer campus environment for everyone.

Think about it circles logoStudents can access this training by logging into the myEFSC portal and in the "Think About It" section, clicking on the "Start Training" button which directs them to the course login page. For any technical support issues related to the online program contact 1-800-652-9546.

"Think About It" is an award-winning online course developed through a collaboration between CampusClarity by EverFi, Inc. and the University of San Francisco’s Division of Student Life.

The EverFi Campus Prevention Network of online training reaches more than five million higher education students and staff across the U.S. annually, including public and private colleges and universities, community colleges, and state university systems. EverFi partners include the University of Florida, Florida State University, University of Miami, Boston College, Carnegie Mellon, Clemson University, Georgetown University, Harvard, MIT, the Montana University System, Princeton University, Oklahoma State University, Oregon State University, University of Michigan, Stanford University, Technical College System of Georgia, Tennessee Board of Regents System, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, the University of Texas System, University of Virginia, Villanova University, and Virginia Polytechnic Institute.