5,001 University of Montana Students Have Passed PETSA Test [AUDIO]
About one-third of all University of Montana Students have taken and received a 100% score on the PETSA (Personal Empowerment Through Self-Awareness) tutorial so far.
University of Montana Interim Vice President for Integrated Communications Peggy Kuhr says of the over 16,000 enrolled students on campus, 5,001 have actually taken and passed the video-based exam. Kuhr says the vast majority of reactions from students and faculty have been positive, and that other schools and universities have expressed an interest in using the program for their students.
The PETSA tutorial was developed by Social Work Professor Danielle Wozniak and a host of professors, graduate students and technical workers to address the problem of sexual assault on the University of Montana.
Vice President Kuhr says students have until the end of the semester to complete the tutorial and those who have not done so will receive a reminder from the administration.
Interim Vice President for Integrated Communications Peggy Kuhr