To Access the Course:
- Go to MyStudentBody.com.
- Set up a new account for yourself by clicking on the Register Now link.
- Use the student code tampaspartan to set up your account.
- Begin the Essentials course. We hope you enjoy it.
Please remember that an 80 percent is needed in each of the three courses to pass. Once you have completed the course, print out your certificate for your own records. You do not have to submit the certificate to The University of Tampa. We will be given a list of all students who have passed the course.
The course is available to start Dec. 12, 2016, for the Spring 2017 semester and must be completed before Jan. 13, 2017.
Tips For Incoming Students
1. It’s a good idea to use your school email address as
your username. The main reason for this is to make sure it’s easy for
your school to “know” who you are when they are checking to see if you
had completed the course. Also, if you use an outside email provider (e.g.,
your parents’ cable company, Gmail, Hotmail, et cetera), then it’s less likely
any messages we try to send you (like password assistance or completion
certificates) will get through.
2. We ask for a portion of the student’s Social Security
number for account confirmation purposes. If a student doesn’t have an
SSN (for example, an international student), or doesn’t want to share it, they
can choose any similar number they can remember easily. No-one is
cross-checking these with your school record. It is only used for password
retrieval in the event that you forget your password.
3. New students only have to take the Essentials course
(not the Student Conduct course). Here’s a hint: If the first
questions are about “alcohol offenses” and you have never gotten in trouble for
drinking or having alcohol at college, then you are taking the wrong course!
You only need to take the modules that appear under the orange bar that is
4. It really is confidential. We can’t and won’t
share identifying information about a student in connection with any health
behavior reporting. The only time we ever identify a student is when we let the
school know you have registered for the site, or to update them about student
5. The follow-up isn’t the same as the course. Students
at some schools will get an email a few weeks after they complete the course,
asking them to do a follow-up survey. It’s JUST a survey, not a whole course.
Taking it will help your school understand more about how students change once
they come to school.
6. If students need technical help, we are ready to
assist. Fill out the support form and/or
contact our technical support email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Typically, technical support cases are handled
during the regular work-week, so don’t panic if you submit a case on Saturday
or Sunday and don’t hear back right away
7. If you complete this course before the deadline date, you don’t need to send us a completion certificate – we
know you did it!