In our conversations with partners, prospective partners, educators, and students around the country, EVERFI is often asked: How do you know you’re making a...
Maximize student well-being and college campus safety with our full catalog of prevention and compliance trainings. These primary and ongoing campus safety and inclusion courses cover a range of topics, including alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, sexual and relationship violence prevention and more.
Alcohol & Other Drugs
Empowering students to look out for one another and make healthy and informed choices about substance use.
Sexual & Relationship Violence
Providing students with the tools and skills to establish healthy relationships and build safe campus communities.
Fraternity & Sorority Life
Helping campus-based and national leadership make progress on the challenges impacting the values of Greek organizations.
Innovative solutions to build financial capability and empower students to prioritize their financial wellness.
College Campus Safety Training for Students
Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates addresses critical issues like sexual assault, violence and harassment at colleges and universities.
The Campus Prevention Network’s (CPN) Prevention Excellence Awards recognizes institutions who have demonstrated success at creating safe and healthy college campuses. Learn how to apply for an impact award for work in sexual assault prevention, and alcohol and other drug abuse prevention.
Summary of new legal proceedings and laws related to hazing in higher education and the unlikely coalition between parents and fraternities to prevent hazing tragedies.
National Greek Letter Organizations are comprised of undergraduate leaders who often play a large role in bringing about social change on campus. To support the work of these organizations, we are excited to announce the launch of EVERFI's Fraternity and Sorority Diagnostic Inventory.
Looming in the background of America’s devastating opioid epidemic is what many experts believe to be a hidden crisis, one which has the potential to impact greater numbers of college students than misuse and abuse of opiates.