Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students
San Jose Staté University requires all incoming students to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates or Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students, mandatory online sexual assault prevention trainings. Title IX requires higer education institutions to take neccessary precautions to prevent sexual assault on their campuses, and to respond promptly and effectively when an assault is reported. To fully comply with Title IX, the CSU Chancellor's Office issued Executive Order 1095 which mandates educational training programs to help prevent sexual violence. For more information and resources, go to: http://notalone.sjsu.edu
NOTE:For incoming Fall 2019 students, access to online Title IX training courses: AlcoholEdu, Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduate Students and Graduate Students will begin on August 1, 2019. A notice decscribing course requirements will be posted on MySJSU (One.SJSU) messages beginning August 1, 2019.
Incoming Undergraduate Students
Instructions Letter for incoming Spring 2019 Undergraduates
Incoming Graduate Students
Instructions Letter for incoming Spring 2019 Graduate Students
What is Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students?
Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students is a web-based course developed by EverFi™ that addresses critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking, which impact countless college students across the country. Sexual Assult Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students 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 Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students?
San Jose Staté University requires all incoming students to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates or Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students
How do I complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students?
Instructions on how to access Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students are sent out through your MySJSU account when course opens. Go to the website link provided and login using your SJSUOne/Student ID (9-digit 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 student body as a whole and will NEVER see any individual student's reponses.
Is there a cost to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate
No. Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students is FREE for SJSU students.
How long will Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students take
Part I of Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students take approximately 60 minutes to complete. Part II will take approximately 15 minutes to complete
Whom do I contact if I have any questions about Sexual Assault for Undergraduates/Graduate Students?
For any technical assistance with Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students, please contact: 1-866-384-9062. For any other questions, please email email@example.com or call 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 in a free confidential space, please call Confidential Advocate at (408) 924-7300
If you need assistance outside of normal business hours, please call YWCA Silicon
Valley's 24/7 Support Line: 1-800-572-2782
Confidential Advocate Services: The Confidential Advocate provides confidential services for students dealing with sexual misconduct and harrassment, including sexual assault, domestic and dating violence. These services are provided at no cost: 24-hour crisis line for survivors, families, and friends; accompaniment of survivor to hospital and through the reporting and judicial process; child abuse and assault prevention programs for children, teens, and the general community; peer support groups for rape and childhood sexual abuse survivors; and free confidential crisis counseling.
For emergencies, call 911, or 408-924-2222 or 4-2222 from a campus phone.
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):
Student Health Center:
The Respondent Consultant supports and guides individuals who may be alleged in Title IX cases by ensuring they understand university processes, communications, and connections to applicable resources. The Respondent Consultant can be reached at 408-924-6303.
Why do I need to complete this course? This course really doesn'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 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 are required to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates/Graduate Students.
Additionally, ALL incoming undergraduate students are also required to complete AlcoholEdu online training.
What will happen if I don't complete the courses by the deadlines for my student group?
A "hold" will be placed preventing you from registering for courses for the upcoming semester.
You must complete Part I of course(s) to be considered compliant. After 30 days of completing Part I, you will receive an email reminder from EverFi to complete Part II.
What if I need accommodations to complete the course on time due to a disability?
If you need an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Accessible Education Cetner (AEC) at 408.924.6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.