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Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training for Students
The Fall 2021 Sexual Violence Prevention training is now available. The deadline date to complete the training has been extended to October 22, 2021. Click Vector Solutions Sexual Violence Prevention Training
- All enrolled students must complete a sexual misconduct and violence awareness and prevention education program. CSU Eastbay provides the annual training in an online and interactive platform.
- New students take a longer, initial course once only and complete it before their first-semester classes.
- Continuing/Returning students take a short refresher course every year thereafter and complete it before the start of classes.
- All students who are required to take the training will have a “Title IX Not Anymore” registration hold that prevents enrollment in classes for failure to complete. Once the training is completed, the hold will be removed within 24 hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
Sexual Misconduct Awareness Training is required annually for ALL students at Cal State East Bay, per the California State University Chancellor’s office, the State of California, and Federal mandates. To prevent a hold on your registration you must complete training by the published deadline.
Yes. All Cal State University East Bay students are required to take this sexual misconduct awareness and prevention training.
Yes. All Cal State University East Bay students are required to take this sexual misconduct awareness and prevention training, regardless of whether they are taking courses on campus or online.
Yes, all Cal State University East Bay students, whether they are taking OPEN UNIVERSITY, continuing education, or courses leading to baccalaureate, master’s or doctoral degrees are required to take this sexual misconduct awareness and prevention training.
No. All responses are strictly confidential: Cal State East Bay will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will NEVER see any individual student’s answers.
There are no fees associated with your use of this training program.
No. The grade you get in the course will not appear on your transcript and it will not affect your GPA.