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3rd Millennium Coursework!

 

Washington College knows that as you enter your college career, you are thinking about what college life will be like both in and out of the classroom. Washington College has tools to help you with both, and we hope you utilize all of the resources and opportunities that we have to offer you.

Washington College has partnered with 3rd Millennium Classrooms to provide you an online education experience to help you prepare for making healthy and responsible decisions in these situations.

The four courses cover alcohol and other drugs, marijuana, consent, bystander intervention, sexual assault, dating violence, hooking up, stalking and more.

Our commitment is to ensure that you know you have a resource on campus committed to helping you with your student experience. It is our goal to support you during this first-year transition to Washington College and support opportunities and an understanding around how to create healthy relationships and make healthy choices that will align to your overall wellness during and beyond your first-year.

We look forward to supporting you during this exciting time and providing you with opportunities to create a positive college experience!

The coursework is currently open. 

To log in to the course, please go to your student portal on Self-Service and click on the link labeled “Student Planning”.   Now click on the words “Student Planning” on the top navigation bar.  This should release a dropdown list.  Click on 3rd Millennium Classrooms in the list. You’ll be taken to the 3rd Millennium website where you will select “Student” as your user type to begin. You will use your Washington College email address and password to log in.  If you have any questions, you can contact 3rd Millennium’s Technical Support team at 888-810-7990 or help@3rdmil.com

All coursework should be completed before coming to campus on move in day, August 18th, 2019.  Failure to complete the coursework by September 1st, 2019 will result in a fifty dollar fine for each course not completed.