Educating students on sexual assault and harassment helps them recognize and avoid inappropriate behavior and empowers our student body to prevent sexual violence and harassment on campus. A campus free from harassment fosters a positive learning environment, builds a sense of community, and reinforces a culture of respect and safety for all.
Students need to complete the following online courses:
SH-101-H Lasting Choices: Protecting Our Campus From Sexual Assault (2016-2017)
Learn about the role of alcohol in sexual assault, how to report incidents at your campus, and intervention strategies if you see someone in need of help.
SH-110-H Show Some Respect! (2016-2017)
This course will walk you through the characteristics of respectful relationships. It also shares tips on how to report harassing behaviors involving fellow students.
SH-120-H Healthy Relationships (2016-2017)
Understand the difference between a healthy relationship and one that shows signs of abuse. Learn how to get help for yourself of your friends.
SH-131-H Know Your Limit (2016-2017)
Drinking alcohol is a common rite of campus life. This course stresses the importance of moderation, risks related to binge drinking, and ways to help if a friend has had too much to drink.
CS-101 Introduction to the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act – Students (2016-2017)
Learn how to recognize and prevent incidents of sexual violence at our institution.To access these online courses, please follow these instructions.