You will find that Dickinson is a dynamic and engaging place for learning. It is our priority to assist you in taking full advantage of the extraordinary opportunities that await you. Your intellectual and personal development, and that of your peers, is the cornerstone of a partnership with faculty and staff that will last during your years here and beyond. It is an exciting journey on which we embark together.
Your physical and emotional health, now and throughout your life, will serve as a critical foundation for developing your intellect and creativity. And, as always, your commitment to yourself comes with a shared commitment to the health and welfare of others. Just as you have throughout your life, you will have a special opportunity to impact the lives of your peers in positive and productive ways, and we are committed to helping you do so.
To this end, we require every new incoming Dickinson student to complete Part 1 of AlcoholEdu for College, and Every Choice (available Aug. 1) prior to arriving on campus in August for First Year Student Orientation, and the Academic Integrity Online Course (available Aug. 1) by Sept. 12. These are not over-simplified lectures about alcohol and sex; rather, they are thoughtful, well-researched educational programs for adults committed to thinking about their life choices and values. These programs will assist you in making informed, mature decisions.
How to Complete Online Courses
To complete these required programs, please go to the Dickinson Gateway and enter your user name and password. On that main page, click the "First-Year Students" tab, where you will find a link for AlcoholEdu for College and Every Choice. Clicking those links will take you directly to your program account. The second part of AlcoholEdu will be due on October 15.
To complete the required Academic Integrity Online Course log on to Moodle through the Dickinson Gateway and select the course titled “Academic Integrity Tutorial." Read the directions and click on the link titled, “Join the Conversation: Work Honestly and Use Information Responsibly” to begin the tutorial.
Dickinson College is deeply committed to the greatest health and welfare, and ultimate success, of all of our community members.
- If you have any questions regarding AlcoholEdu or Every Choice please contact Dee Danser, assistant vice president for compliance and campus safety, at 717-254-8317 or email@example.com.
- Questions about academic integrity may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.