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Information for Parents

Welcome parents and guardians. We are excited that you and your student has chosen to join our Osprey family. As our commitment to your student's success, and ensuring that we are cultivating a safe and secure campus environment, we have developed the "Informed Ospreys Program".  This program consists of a series of modules to help students manage common challenges often experience in college. As students transition to college for the first time, or to a new institution, or embark on a new phase of college, they often experience issues centered around their health, safety, security, and struggle with diversity awareness. The Informed Ospreys Program is a series of online trainings designed to help your student identify challenges, how to navigate them, and comply with the University's policies and procedures.  The training will cover Sexual Assault Prevention (i.e. Title IX Training), Hazing Prevention, Alcohol and Other Drugs, Mental Health Awareness, and Diversity Awareness. Our hope is that we create an informed community, and by working together, we make our campus a safer place to study, work and play.

 

Your student will be required to complete the Informed Ospreys Program by completing all of the assignments within the modules below within the first few weeks of classes.  We strongly encourage all students to complete these courses prior to the start of the semester, or by the assignment due dates.  All program requirements will be communicated to students during orientation and via their UNF email.

 

For more information about the courses within the Informed Ospreys Program, please visit the Program Modules and Policies page. 

 

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