EverFi - Haven
Tennessee Tech University cares about the well-being of all students. We understand students face many opportunities and challenges while pursuing an education on our campus. To support students' safety and well-being on our campus, Tech strives to provide a variety of prevention initiatives and education. We have implemented EverFi's Haven™, an online sexual assault prevention and bystander awareness program, to educate our students to be responsible and to foster a safe campus environment. Within this program, students are provided with important information, including key definitions, bystander strategies, and resources to help educate on sexual assault and relationship abuse.
What does Haven's online program look like?
Haven™ has two parts. The first part takes about 60 minutes to complete. Students may choose to complete the first part by breaking it down into multiple sessions. The system automatically saves each user's progress and resumes from the previous location. Once you have completed the program, you will see the message that there will be a 30 day waiting period before you can complete the follow up survey. When the 30 days are up, you will receive an automated e-mail asking you to complete “Part 2”- the survey which will take about 15 minutes.
How do I access Haven?
To access this program, login to your Student Account through Eagle Online, click on the Student tab, then locate and click the EverFi - Haven link. You will then be redirected to the Haven™ system. *If you have a pop-up blocker enabled, you may see a notification within your browser. You will need to "allow" pop-ups from this website.
Once you've successfully accessed Haven™, you may begin the program by clicking on "Get Started" and following the on-screen instructions. For additional help accessing this system and a list of minimum system requirements, please download the PDF Reference Guide.
Why do I have to complete Haven?
Federal law requires that colleges and universities make students aware of policies and resources related to sexual assault and other forms of interpersonal violence. Tennessee Tech University and the state university system has chosen this platform to help support our goals of providing a safe, educational campus for all students, faculty, and staff. New first-year freshman students will complete this program as part of their First-Year Connections course requirements. New transfer and graduate students must login and complete this program within the deadlines provided on this page.
|Section||Spring Semeter Deadlines|
February 10, 2019 - Note: 30-day intersession will begin as soon as students complete Part 1.
April 24, 2019 - Note: Students will receive an email once their Part 2 is ready. Email distribution varies by student based on when Part 1 was completed.
Is the information I submit private? Who has access to this system?
Please note the courses may include surveys to help personalize your experience and measure your attitudes and behaviors. All survey responses are confidential; the school will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see any individual student's answers. For First-Year Connections, instructors will only be sent completion reports.
Who do I contact if I have questions about Haven?
Please contact Zeva Edmondson, ZEdmondson@tntech.edu, for questions related to Haven™, Title IX, or Clery Compliance.