Title IX Not Anymore Training
VCU is committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment free from sexual violence. For those who unfortunately have experienced sexual violence, VCU offers care and support and encourages them to seek this help as soon as possible; also, as time passes, important evidence may be lost.
The VCU community can contact the VCU Police Department (which offers the You Have Options program), VCU Health System Forensic Nurse Services (through the Emergency Department), and for students, the University Counseling Services Advocacy Services, Student Health Services and University Counseling Services.
Equity and Access Services serves as the Title IX office for VCU and coordinates the university’s response to reports. Students can explore, in a confidential setting, available options based on individual circumstances, by contacting Advocacy Services with University Counseling Services at MyOptions@vcu.edu.
Let's build a safer VCU
Thank you for participating in this important online educational program designed to help all of us build a safer community. VCU is committed to student success and providing a safe and healthy campus environment. In compliance with Title IX, VCU prohibits gender discrimination, including sexual misconduct.
We also recognize that there are students who have experienced forms of gender-based violence or harassment. You are not alone, and if you feel participating in this program would present a personal challenge, please contact University Counseling Services for an alternative activity designed to help you know how to get help if and when you need it. It is also important for everyone to know and understand VCU’s policy on Sexual Misconduct and Gender/Sex-Based Discrimination, so please consult that important document for more information.
If you are a full-time faculty or staff member at VCU, please notify us with your name, eID and V# at email@example.com. You will be required to take faculty/staff Title IX training next semester and are exempt from this student training.
FAQs about Not Anymore Training
VCU is not alone in requirement- many colleges and universities are requiring online and/or live orientation sessions regarding these issues. Your safety is our number one concern. By understanding the forms and definitions of violence, identifying helpful resources, and learning ways to intervene to prevent violence, you are helping to change our campus culture.
This training is required for any student new to VCU (first year, transfer, new graduate/professional students and readmits). This includes non-degree seeking students, online students, and students enrolled in one or more credits.
Step 2: Log in to the VCU Central Authentication Service with your VCU eID and password
Step 3: Create your Student Success™ Not Anymore account to begin the program.
You will be able to leave and re-enter the program to complete the program in several sittings if you choose without having to start over. If you run into problems taking or reentering the program, do not start over. Contact Student Success™ through the HELP button and they will assist you.
If you have any technical difficulties with the program, please contact Student Success™ through the program HELP button or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
VCU has caring and helpful resources for students on campus and also connects students with assistance off-campus if the student prefers. Confidential resources include VCU University Counseling Services: 804-828-6200 (Monroe Campus) or 804-828-3964 (MCV Campus).
The Not Anymore program gives great strategies on how to help a friend, such as listening and referring to resources. Contact Advocacy Services with University Counseling Services at (804) 828-6200.
To make a report of sexual misconduct, sexual assault, sexual harassment, or sex/gender discrimination, please contact Equity and Access Services, which serves as VCU's Title IX Office by calling 804-828-1347 or emailing email@example.com. You may also make a report online at equity.vcu.edu. For emergencies, or if you ever feel unsafe, please contact VCU Police at 828-1234 (24/7).
No, the Consent training is optional, but students have found it to be an interesting way of learning about healthy relationships and consent! All students are welcome to take the training.
No, you will not be required to re-take it. However, there are no current plans to make it mandatory.
Yes, you will receive a certificate after completion.
The training is about 30 minutes long.
Yes, you must receive a passing score of 80% to receive a certificate of completion.
No, you will not be required to re-take it. One and done!
Yes, there is a graduate version of Not Anymore that graduate students must complete.
No, you will not receive an email. Instead, once you complete the training in the online program you will be able to view and print a certificate of completion. To access the certificate, you must access the online program.