Preview the new MyStudentBody!

By now, many of you know that we’ll be releasing a new version of MyStudentBody in December. We’re super excited and we hope you are, too! To ensure our customers have the easiest transition possible, we’ve put a lot of things in place. If you’ve been to the site lately and entered as an administrator, you should’ve seen a page about the upcoming release; we’ve been constantly putting the word out via phone calls and emails; and, our Implementation Specialist, Amy Cavender, is also hosting a webinar on Wednesday, December 8 and Thursday December 9 at 1pm ET.

Why should you attend?

  • Preview the new Essentials Course, a combined alcohol, drug, and sexual violence course replacing the current freshmen and general student courses
  • Preview new, more engaging content and assessments
  • Understand the navigation of the site before it changes
  • Find out what you’ll have to customize before students can use the new site
  • Find out where to get the new instructions for administrators and students
  • Give feedback (which we always appreciate!)

To register for the webinar, please email Amy Cavender.

If you have been waiting for a MyStudentBody course that is better fit to handle the needs of your campus, your day is almost here. 

This December, we are launching the MyStudentBody Essentials Course featuring more enhanced alcohol and drugs components and a brand-new sexual violence component. This course features streamlined assessment questions, with engaging videos and visual feedback to keep your students’ attention.

This course is designed to provide an even more comprehensive approach to helping college students prevent and understand the risks associated with student health.

To learn how to prepare your campus for these upcoming changes, contact Implementation Specialist Amy Cavender at 512.968.1777 to register for an upcoming webinar.

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