Community of Care

Community of Care at ASU Video Series

As Sun Devils, we take care of ourselves, each other and our community.

ASU is committed to creating a thriving community where everyone is healthy, happy and safe. As part of this commitment, we require all members of our campus community to complete training designed to provide information on health and safety, our behavior expectations, and the resources available should you or someone you know need support. The Community of Care consists of several training modules that prepare students and staff to come to campus.

The Community of Care: Welcome Sun Devils

Required for all students new to ASU, Community of Care: Welcome Sun Devils is a series of videos that introduces you to the ASU community expectations and code of conduct. At ASU we offer support, care and resources to ensure your success, and at the same time, our ASU family insists on a standard for how you treat others and consider their well-being. To this end, we require the completion of several educational trainings one of which is the Community of Care series. Community of Care is a series of videos created by students to outline our shared values, community expectations and code of conduct. It will take approximately 30 minutes of your time. The topics listed below are covered in the module, along with other information on health and safety at ASU:

  • “The Sun Devil Way”
  • ASU’s Code of Conduct
  • ASU’s policies on alcohol and drugs
  • How sexual violence impacts college students
  • ASU’s expectations of academic integrity
  • How to support members of the ASU community who may be struggling
  • Resources that are available to support you

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The Community of Care: Coming to Campus

New for fall 2020 Community of Care: Coming to Campus is a series of videos filmed by your fellow Sun Devils that discusses how we can contribute to the health, safety, and well-being of all members of our community by slowing the spread of COVID-19. This training will take 20-30 minutes to complete and includes additional resources surrounding ASU’s response to COVID-19 and our fundamental responsibility to the health of our community. The training is required for all ASU immersion students, and will be available beginning the week of July 20, 2020 as a to-do item listed under My ASU. Residential students will not receive their keys until they complete this training. To prepare for a quick-move-in process, please download the certificate of completion, take a photo or screen shot, or print it and have ready to show on your move-in date. Students who are completing classes via ASU Online are encouraged to self-enroll in the course, but it is not required and will not show up as a to-do item in My ASU. The topics listed below are covered in the module, along with other information on a healthy return to campus:

  • Physical distancing while on campus
  • Face coverings
  • Advice from peers on how to remain socially connected
  • Setting boundaries that support public health

In addition to reviewing this video series, we encourage you to explore the Coming to Campus educational messages that remind all Sun Devils how to best maintain our community of care.

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Completing the Community of Care Modules for Students

Completing the Community of Care Modules for Students

What do I need to view the Community of Care modules for students?

  • A computer
  • Internet access
  • Your ASURITE ID and password
  • Approximately 30 minutes of your time to view all of the modules. You can log in and out as needed.

How can I view the Community of Care modules for students?

  • Go to canvas.asu.edu.
  • Log in with your ASURITE ID and password.
  • You should now be in Canvas.
  • On your Dashboard click on the link for “ASU Community of Care” and “ASU Community of Care: Return to Campus.”
  • Once in the course, view the course content under each of the tabs on the left-hand side.
  • Take the final knowledge quiz.
  • If you do not see the link for ASU Community of Care on your dashboard, go to links.asu.edu/communityofcare to enroll in the course.
  • For ASU Community of Care: Coming to Campus, you will also need to review and e-sign the “Community Commitment” in order to complete the course.

As a reminder, The Community of Care: Welcome Sun Devils is required for all undergraduate, graduate, and transfer students who are new to ASU. The Community of Care: Coming to Campus is required for all ASU immersion students who are enrolled as students for the fall 2020 semester. 

ASU Community of Care Training for Employees

ASU Community of Care Training for Employees

ASU employees, including student workers,  are also required to complete the ASU Community of Care Training for Employees prior to returning to campus for fall 2020. This training covers the health and safety precautions ASU is taking in order to ensure all staff are prepared to support an environment where all community members can thrive. For questions about this training, visit ehstraining@asu.edu.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I have to take the Community of Care modules again?

ASU is committed to continuing education on all of the topics presented in these courses, so while you will not be required to take these particular modules again you can anticipate that there will be other educational offerings in the future. However, some student leadership and employment positions require these trainings and whether or not you have to take it again is up to the discretion of your supervisor. 

What if I’m having trouble taking the courses or have questions about the content?

If you have questions about the courses, please contact communityofcare@asu.edu for assistance with the courses for students and ehstraining@asu.edu for assistance with the course for staff. If you are having technical issues with Canvas try the “Need Help” module for resources and support or contact the Student Service Center.

Can parents, alumni and other members of the ASU community take it?

Any member of the ASU community with an active ASURITE and access to Canvas may enroll in the Community of Care courses. Unfortunately, those without an ASURITE or Canvas access are not able to take the course at this time.

What if I do not see ASU Community of Care and ASU Community of Care: Return to Campus on my course list in Canvas?

You can self-enroll in the Community of Care course and the Community of Care: Coming to Campus course.

Where can I find all the resources mentioned during the videos?

Academic Integrity

Academic Success Programs

ASU Alert

ASU Counseling

ASU Fall 2020

ASU Health Services

ASU Police

ASU Wellness

Code of Conduct

COVID-19 FAQs

Dean of Students Office

LiveSafe app

Sexual Violence Prevention at ASU

Sun Devils Care

Sun Devil Fitness

Sun Devil Movement for Violence Prevention

Sun Devil Support Network

Title IX