Not Anymore

Dear Student:

We are committed to doing everything possible to make the California State University, Northridge campus safer so that you can get the very most out of your educational experiences. You are likely aware that the prevention of sexual violence on college campuses has been receiving a greater amount of attention than ever before. Indeed, you may remember my comments about this critical issue at New Student Orientation. Such focus is largely the result of recently enacted requirements of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act, which mandate that universities provide prevention and awareness programs to educate students about prohibitions against sexual violence, including domestic violence, dating violence and stalking.  

You are receiving this email because you are an incoming freshman, transfer student or graduate student at CSUN and required to complete the Title IX training, Not Anymore. This online, video-based and interpersonal violence prevention program from Student Success provides critical information about affirmative consent, bystander intervention, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking. Not Anymore was previewed by a number of faculty and students at CSUN and received significantly positive reviews regarding its content, method of information delivery and ease of use. Please note that California State University has worked with Not Anymore to ensure the security of the system; in addition, the new training does not include a survey and does not require you to submit demographic data.

I encourage you to talk about the program with your peers.  This is a great opportunity to discuss a variety of social justice issues that are associated with sexual and gender-based violence.  Each member of our community can contribute to a culture in which sexual violence in any form is not accepted. 

Finally, we understand that, for some individuals, the content of the training may cause particular distress. If you would like to discuss alternatives for fulfilling this training requirement, please contact Katie LaRue, CSUN’s Campus Care Advocate and a confidential resource, at (818) 677-7492.

At any time during the program, you may also click on the Resources tab and view a list of campus and community resources if you feel a need to talk with someone about any concerns regarding sexual violence. If you have questions about the content of the course, please contact our campus Title IX Coordinator, Susan Hua, at (818) 677-2077. The deadline for completion is November 13, 2015.

To begin the training, please log into myNorthridge Portal, go to the My Checklist pagelet, and select the Not Anymore link under Incomplete Tasks.


Dianne F. Harrison, Ph.D.

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