Do R Part: Understanding and Responding to Interpersonal Violence

At Rutgers Health, we prioritize providing a supportive educational experience, which demands a safe and healthy student environment. To that end, we require all incoming Rutgers Health students to complete this online interpersonal violence prevention program. This learning module, located in Canvas, will detail critical information about Bystander Intervention, Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence, Stalking, Consent, and more. The training will help you better understand how vitally important these issues are and what you can do to help make your campus safer.

We ask that you complete the program as soon as possible, but it needs to be completed at least 30 days after the start of your first term.
For Summer incoming students, invitations to the course will begin in June. For Fall incoming students, invitations to the course will be sent in July/August. 
Failure to complete the program in this timeframe will result in a hold on your registration and a block on your continued enrollment.

Instructions to Access the “Do R Part: Understanding & Responding to Interpersonal Violence” Online Module:

Step 1: Visit the Rutgers canvas portal at:

Step 2: Click the NetID Login button, and enter your NetID and password.

Step 3: You’ll be brought to your Course Dashboard. To find this course, click the courses option in the left-hand red bar.

Step 4: Once selecting the “Do R Part” course, you will be guided to the Assignments page. Click on the link to the “RBHS: Do R Part” module.

Step 5: When in the platform, click the Start Course button and scroll through to complete, engaging with all activities in the six sections, including the quizzes.

Step 6: The course is complete when you’ve reviewed all sections, and the left-hand bar in the platform shows 100%.

If you have difficulty with this training program or do not see the course in your Course Dashboard, please contact VPVA at: 

The training contains sensitive material involving sexual and interpersonal violence. While resources are provided throughout the program, we understand such programming may be distressing for some viewers. Please contact the RBHS Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) Director Kerry Camerer at for confidential support and/or to discuss alternatives to completing the course.