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About the Informed Osprey Program

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The Informed Ospreys Program (IOP) provides foundational knowledge about important campus topics to our new Ospreys and offers ongoing educational opportunities to students interested in expanding their holistic development. The IOP allows students to earn their wings before they leave the nest.  

The Informed Ospreys Program offers a series of online modules to complete that can assist students to navigate certain challenges that come with being a first time in college student all the way through graduation and beyond. The transition into UNF, engaging with the campus community, and the transition from college life to the “real world” all come with their host of challenges. This program offers online trainings and on-campus events to help broaden the horizon of our students and allow them to think outside of the box.  

Each semester, UNF offers several events that fall under our Informed Ospreys Program. We do our best to partner with departments, groups, and organizations campus-wide to ensure that students have access to all the appropriate resources and that they are aware of all campus events. 

By completing the online modules and attending various events throughout each academic year, you will have the opportunity to EARN YOUR WINGS. 

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New to the Nest

For our incoming first-year and transfer students, WELCOME TO UNF!

All Ospreys are required to complete online learning modules that provide foundational knowledge on important topics.   

Getting Started

Areas of Focus

After students complete their Pre-Flight Checklist, they are encouraged to explore events and learning opportunities carefully organized to focus on important developmental categories:
  • Inclusive Excellence
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Health & Wellness
  • Life Skills
  • Build Your Flock

Upcoming Events

 Our UNF campus community routinely hosts events and learning opportunities, many of which will also grant credit to Earn Your Wings.

Check Out Our Upcoming Events

Disability Considerations

Students with disabilities who seek reasonable accommodations to complete this training should consider registering with the UNF Student Accessibility Services (SAS) located in Building 57, Room 1500. DRC staff members work with students to obtain required documentation of disability and to identify appropriate accommodations as required by applicable disability laws including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). After receiving all necessary documentation, the DRC staff determines whether a student qualifies for services with the DRC and, if so, the accommodations will be provided to the student. For further information, contact the DRC by phone at 904.620.2969, by email at SAScenter@unf.edu or visit DRC website at https://www.unf.edu/sas/.

  • When I try to access the program modules, I receive an "Error/Site Disabled" message; how is this resolved?

    Possible Issue Resolution if receiving Error

    • Make sure to clear cookies and enable Flash player if needed.

    Possible Issue Resolution if using PC/Google Chrome:

    • Make sure you are using the most updated version of Google Chrome as your browser. Internet Explorer/Microsoft Edge use for accessing the website often causes problems.

    Possible Issues Resolutions if using Mac/Safari Browser:

    • If this message is received using Mac/Safari Browser, Malware may be present on your computer that was hijacking the browsers installed. Visit the Apple store, who are able to remove the malware.
    • Privacy settings may be enabled in Safari on Mac. Below describes how the issue was resolved
      • Go to Privacy Settings and "disable cross-site tracking" in Safari on the Mac.

         

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    If Safari users receive the following message while accessing the course:

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    Error Message stating that " Due to your current browser settings, we are unable to save your progress. Please use the link below to update your browser's cookie settings. If you continue to experience difficulty, please contact Customer Support. -Vector Solutions"

    Safari users can work around the issue completing the following steps:

    • In the Safari app on your Mac, choose Safari > Preferences,
    • Then click Privacy
    • Uncheck "Prevent cross-site tracking."

    This option can be re-enabled after completing the course.

  • Why am I unable to select any module to complete from the program?
    The Informed Ospreys Program is structured in a particular order for completion. Therefore, the courses within the modules must be completed in the sequence they are organized in order to move onto the next module.
  • Who do I reach out to if I am having trouble logging into MyWings to access the modules?
    If you have trouble logging in to myWings, you may email helpdesk@unf.edu to have your password reset and/or address additional login issues. 
  • How do I lift my policy and regulation informational hold?

    As a UNF student, it is important that you are familiar with University regulations/policies that impact your enrollment and interactions with others. UNF believes it is particularly important that you understand your rights and responsibilities, know where to go for resources and reporting concerns, and are educated on topics associated with your health and safety.   

    To lift your hold, open MyWings, select the Student Resources Tab, click on Academic Records, select Holds, click '"Release Regulations Hold" and then review the following regulations/policies (click on each regulation/policy to review): 

    1. Non-Discrimination, Equal Opportunity and Inclusion Regulation
    2. Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Sexual Harassment Regulation
    3. Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy
    4. Prohibition Against Hazing  Regulation
    5. Student Handbook 
    • Review the location of the Report an Incident webpageThis webpage can be used to report incidents and locate campus resources. 
    • Complete the Informed Ospreys Program and other required university training, which can be found by logging into your MyWings, clicking on the Training and Development menu item from the left side menu, then selecting Student Training. From Student Training select Osprey Ascend and Hazing Prevention to complete required training.

    Then check the acknowledgement box and the submit button. This will remove your hold.

Contact Us!

If you have any questions associated with the Informed Ospreys Program please contact us by clicking on the email image below. The Dean of Students team will work with the Informed Ospreys Program committee to triage your questions and respond to you shortly. Please include as much detail as possible regarding your question so we can provide you with an appropriate response or resolve your issue.

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Contact the Informed Osprey Program committee for specific questions about the Informed Osprey program.

Questions may include:  

Access to Osprey Ascend
Content Exemptions
Access to courses

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University of North Florida

Dean of Students Office

Building 57, Suite 2701

1 UNF Drive

Jacksonville Florida 32224

Email: Informed-Ospreys@unf.edu