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Vector Solutions Primary Prevention Education

Required for all incoming students.

LSU requires all first-time students under the age of 22 to complete the online Vector Solutions Primary Prevention Suite education, including two modules, prior to the first day of classes. 

How to access the modules?

You will receive an email with details to complete the courses after you attend a Bengal Bound Orientation session. You will be pre-registered to complete the courses and can use your myLSU ID and password to log in.

What’s required?

The program contains two modules: AlcoholEdu for College and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates. You must complete both modules and pass the post-test with a score of 83% or higher to meet the requirement.  

What happens if I don’t complete it?

Students should complete the modules prior to the first day of classes. If you do not complete the requirement, a hold will be placed on your account. While you will still be able to pay your fee bill and your classes will not be purged, you will not be able to add or drop classes from your schedule for the next semester. You will have to complete the Primary Prevention Suite to lift the hold to modify your schedule.




See below for a list of other Frequently Asked Questions.

For more information, contact the Office of Wellness and Health Promotion at 225-578-5718 or Our staff is here to assist you.

Frequently Asked Questions 

You need to complete the AlcoholEdu for College and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates courses. You must complete the pretest and earn a score of 83% or higher on the post test for both  modules. 

The first few months of college for students is critical to student success. This is a high-risk time of year for alcohol misuse and sexual violence, particularly as new students are navigating a new environment with new people and new experiences. Nationally, many first-year students face alcohol or drug-related offenses, some resulting in serious injuries or fatalities. Further, first-year students experience sexual violence at higher rates within the first few months of the academic year. These issues are preventable, and campus-wide prevention education is essential to supporting a safe and healthy college experience. 

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If you have additional questions about this program, or if you need a disability accommodation, please contact the Office of Wellness and Health Promotion by phone at 225-578-5718 or by email at