Together Strong

Welcome to Together Strong – Students Only

All Southeastern Louisiana University students are invited to participate in training
related to
military cultural competence and supporting military and veteran students on campus.
Strong is an interactive role-play simulation that builds understanding and appreciation
of the
challenges faced by student veterans and prepares students to lead real-life conversations
student veterans. In the simulation, students assume the role of a peer and talk with
three virtual
student veterans. Students get to try different approaches to see what works best.
The learning
objectives of the Together Strong training are:

  • Recognize signs that a peer may be distressed or struggling
  • Use effective conversation tactics to elicit information, show you're listening,
    and help
    problem solve
  • Learn to refer a peer in distress to on- and off-campus support services


Students who complete the online Together Strong training will receive a certificate of


Access Together Strong

This link will take you to the Together Strong training program. This program is managed by
company called Kognito.

  • Create an account by completing the fields on the landing page. Returning users may
    sign back in by clicking the “Sign In” button at the top.
  • Select “Student” when prompted and complete the short demographic questionnaire.
  • From the “Courses” tab menu, you will find the course ready to be launched.
  • The training program takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.


Let’s continue to strengthen Southeastern’s designation as a military friendly campus.
participation in Together Strong is appreciated.


The LION VIP CARE program is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration
(HRSA) of the U.S.

Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $1.2 million
with 0% financed with non-

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