Navigating Health and Safety
As a component of Brandeis' Health, Wellness, and Life Skills Core curriculum requirement, all new undergraduate students must complete Navigating Health and Safety in their first semester.
Navigating Health and Safety is an important step in understanding our values and learning skills to live our mission in daily life as a positive member of the Brandeis social scene. It provides important information about mental health, alcohol, cannabis, sexual health, consent and sexual misconduct, and is designed to support students in informed decision-making. Students will build confidence and resiliency by learning how to establish productive mind and body habits, set personal boundaries, deal with difficult situations, use campus resources, and support their peers.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I enroll in Navigating Health and Safety?
How long does HWL 1-PRE What Would Brandeis Do? take to complete?
What score is considered passing? What should I do if I/my student didn’t pass?
What happens if I/my student does not complete What Would Brandeis Do? by the deadline?
I am a transfer student, do I need to complete Navigating Health and Safety and/or What Would Brandeis Do?
I don’t drink/my religion prohibits drinking. Do I still need to complete Navigating Health and Safety and/or What Would Brandeis Do?
What if I/my student doesn’t have easy access to computers at home or in their community?
I do not feel comfortable/safe completing this training in my home due to its content. What should I do?
I am an international student. Some of these topics are taboo or prohibited in my country, and I am concerned about doing the training in my home country. What should I do?
Why is Brandeis implementing What Would Brandeis Do? Is there a drinking/drug/violence problem here?