What is Haven?
Haven – Understanding Sexual Assault™ is a web-based course developed by EverFi™ that addresses the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking, which impact countless college students across the country. Haven provides incoming students with important information, including key definitions, bystander strategies, and resources that will help to foster a safer and healthier place to live, learn, and work.
Do I need to complete Haven?
San Jose Staté University requires all incoming undergraduate and graduate students to complete Haven. If you are an incoming student, remember to check your e-mail/MySJSU account for more information about the program and how to complete it.
How do I complete Haven?
Instructions on how to access Haven are sent out through your MySJSU account when course opens. Go to the website link provided and login using My SJSU/ student ID number and password. Note: This is a different process than signing up for your regular SJSU courses.
To complete the course you will need a computer with internet access and audio capabilities.
If you do not have a computer you may use any publicly available computer with Internet
access and audio capabilities.
Will SJSU faculty or staff have access to my responses?
No. All responses are strictly confidential; SJSU will only receive information about the study body as a whole and will NEVER see any individual student’s responses.
Is there a cost to complete the Haven course?
No. Haven is FREE for SJSU students.
How long will Haven take to complete?
Part 1 of Haven takes approximately 45 minutes to complete. Part 2 will take approximately
15 minutes to complete.
Whom do I contact if I have any questions about Haven?
For any technical assistance with Haven please contact: (866) 384-9062. For any other questions, please contact Dr. Sarah Haynes at: email@example.com or call the Wellness and Health Promotion Office at (408) 924-6202.
Where do I turn for help or support for either a friend or myself?
If you are in crisis and need to speak with someone immediately please call the Silicon Valley YWCA Rape Crisis Center’s 24/7 helpline: (408) 287-3000. You are also encouraged to access the following on-campus resources for help or support during normal business hours:
SJSU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): call (408) 924-5910 or visit sjsu.edu/counseling for more information.
Wellness & Health Promotion Coordinator—Violence Prevention and Sexual Wellness: call (408) 924-6122 to schedule an appointment.
Why do I need to complete these courses? These courses really don't apply to me.
The spirit of these required courses is to foster an informed, supportive, and safe community where every member is engaged and actively considering how to be a positive influence whether on campus, off campus, or on-line. SJSU must comply with educational mandates under Title IX, VAWA/Campus SaVE Act, and the Clery Act, ALL incoming students (on-line, certificate courses, graduate students, International Gateway, etc.) are required to complete Haven: Understanding Sexual Assault. Additionally, ALL incoming undergraduate students are also required complete the AlcoholEdu™ course.
What will happen if I don’t complete the courses by the deadlines for my student group?
A “hold” will be placed on your spring registration preventing you from registering for spring classes.
You must complete both Part 1 and Part 2 of course(s): after approximately 30-45 days of completing Part 1, you will receive a reminder in your MySJSU email to complete Part 2, this must be completed to be considered compliant.
What if I need accommodations to complete the courses on time due to a disability?