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Gender Violence Prevention and Education

Prevention and Education Requirements

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Intervene: DU Training Requirements

In 2017, the Undergraduate Student Government passed a resolution requiring that all new first-year students complete active bystander training by week 6 of Winter quarter each academic year. In support of this, the Department of Health Promotion in the Health and Counseling Center is providing "Intervene: DU" active bystander training. This year, new students have until February 11, 2019 to complete the training requirement. If a student does not complete the training by week 6 of Winter quarter (February 11, 2019), a hold will be placed on their account, which will prevent them from registering for Spring courses.

Intervene: DU trainings will be offered multiple times per week at different times to accommodate student schedules, with some weekend sessions being offered as well. All trainings will be held at the Colorado Women's College, at the corner of Asbury and High Streets. Trainings last 75 minutes. 

Pre-Orientation Online Module
  • New undergraduate students are required to complete an online module from the Health and Counseling Center as part of their pre-campus Orientation process.
  • Topics include alcohol and other drugs, mental health, consent, and Title IX.
  • Look for more information as you begin the enrollment process!
Theater Delta at Discoveries Orientation
  • As part of new and incoming undergraduate student orientation, the University of Denver partners with Theater Delta to provide an interactive theater learning experience. Covering topics around alcohol and consent, the session allows students to interact with a trained facilitator and professional actors to discuss social norms and the importance of respecting boundaries, consent, and bystander intervention.