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Fall 2014 Events

Love Your Body Day
Oct 16
7th & Cesar Chavez Plaza

Clothesline Project
Oct 20-25

Siesta Fiesta
Oct 21
Smith Carlos Lawn

Creating a Thousand Lights
Oct 21




Please click on "calendar" tab for events and details 





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Required Online Courses on 
Sexual Assault Prevention and 
Alcohol Education

San Jose State University is committed to creating a safe, healthy, and supportive learning environment for our whole community. In this spirit, and to comply with new federal Title IX/Campus SaVE Act mandates, SJSU now requires that all incoming students complete certain online course(s). A notice describing the requirement was posted on your MySJSU account and it can also be accessed below:

Incoming International Undergraduate Students
Instructions/deadlines letter for international undergraduate students

Incoming Graduate Students (including international grads)
Instructions/deadlines letter for graduate students (including international grad)

Incoming Undergraduates Students (freshmen and transfers)
Instructions/deadlines letter for incoming undergraduates (freshmen/transfers)

Questions about Haven or AlcoholEdu?
Click on frequently asked questions (FAQ) buttons to the right.  

If you need accommodations due to a disability, contact the San Jose State University Accessible Education Center (AEC) at 408.924.6000.

For technical support, call: (866)384-9062
For all other questions, contact:

Important: If you do not complete the course(s) by the deadlines outlined in your instructions letter (see above), a hold will be placed on your Spring 2015 registration, blocking you from signing up for classes when Spring registration opens up in November 2014. Update: If you have completed Part 1 of your assigned course(s), a hold will NOT be placed on your account.

How do I get a hold removed?: To remove a hold, you must complete the assigned course(s). It may take up to 2 weeks to remove a hold so please plan accordingly.

  WHP Services and Online Tools

Sexual Wellness
Marijuana and Other Drugs
Quit Tobacco SJSU
Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships 

To schedule an appointment for a health consultation, please call the Student Health Center Appointment line at  (408) 924-6122.

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