Based on research literature and their past findings on student attitudes and behaviors, EVERFI will investigate tendencies in first-year student survey and assessment data in an attempt to unearth patterns of responsiveness to prevention programming. Using only data collected before entering the course, investigators found little to discriminate students into meaningful cohorts in the 150K+ sample. However, when taking pre and post course data into account, findings suggest that universal prevention is effective for the vast majority of incoming traditional college students and a small, but intriguing “backlash” group emerges that may require additional attention from prevention professionals. Analytical results will be presented in the context of implications for practitioners, policy makers, and researchers.