FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Not Anymore?
Not Anymore is an interactive, online and interpersonal violence prevention program designed by Student Success™. This video-based program will provide critical information about Consent, Bystander Intervention, Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, Stalking, and related topics about sexual misconduct and gender-based violence. Not Anymore will help you better understand how vitally important these issues are and what you can do to help make our campus safer.
How long is it going to take me to complete the Not Anymore training?
The training takes approximately 75 minutes to complete. You may stop and save your training at any time. You will need to log back into the training by using the same process you used to enter it the first time, and it will take you to where you left off. The program includes listening to videos; reading and understanding CSUN's prohibition statement against discrimination on the basis of gender or sex; reading and understanding the definitions of affirmative consent, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, domestic and dating violence, and stalking; and an awareness of CSUN's policy and procedures regarding incidents of sexual misconduct.
Can I skip the videos?
No. The videos are designed for students to learn aggregate material to pass the post-test successfully.
Will I be tested on the content?
At the end of each video/module, you be asked a brief set of questions as part of post-test to aid in your learning and understanding of the concepts. Your answers to the questions will be used only to calculate your score and then purged.
What happens when I finish the Not Anymore program?
The site provides a Certificate of Completion. Please print and retain a copy for your records.
Who is required to take the program?
All first-time freshman and transfer undergraduate students enrolled in Fall 2015 and/or Spring 2016; all matriculated graduate students enrolled in Fall 2015 and/or Spring 2016. In addition, any student who was required to and did not complete the online training program last academic year, will need to complete Not Anymore in order to remove the hold already placed on their account for Spring 2016 registration.
Why are students required to complete this program?
Due to the importance of this issue and pursuant to mandates arising out of federal law and California state law, sexual violence prevention and awareness training is required of all university students. Specifically, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act requires that universities provide sexual violence prevention and awareness programs that educate students about prohibitions, reporting procedures, the university's response to incidents, and resources for victims and survivors. We are required to train all students as they enter college as well as provide ongoing training to continuing students.
Do I have to take Not Anymore every semester or every year?
No. This program is only taken once. A student must complete the program and save or print his/her certificate of completion as proof of successful completion.
What is the deadline for completing Not Anymore?
All first-time freshmen, incoming transfer students, and graduate students must complete Not Anymore by November 13, 2015. Students who did not previously complete the mandatory online training from last year must complete Not Anymore by October 28, 2015 to lift the holds currently placed on their Spring 2016 registration.
Is there a penalty for not completing the training?
Failure to complete the training will result in a registration hold for Fall 2016.
Will this training be reflected in my transcript?
No. There is no grade associated with the Not Anymore online training course. It will not appear on your transcript and it will not affect your GPA.
If I am a student employee, do I have to take the program?
Yes, if you are a first-time freshman, or a transfer or graduate student. Note that all other CSUN employees will be required to complete a similar training. You will not be additionally required to take the employee training unless you are an employee utilizing the fee waiver program.
Do I have to take the Not Anymore program if I had other interpersonal violence training on or off campus?
Yes. We appreciate that fact that you have had previous training and hope that this training program will enhance and reinforce your understanding of issues surrounding sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence.
If I am a member of the military and have taken similar training as part of my military training do I have to take the Not Anymore program?
Yes. We appreciate the fact that you have had previous training and hope that this training program will enhance and reinforce your understanding of issues surrounding sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence.
If I am a nontraditional student do I have to take the program?
Yes. Sadly, issues concerning sexual misconduct cross all demographics, including age. This training was designed specifically for the college population, recognizing the fact that we educate a large population of "nontraditional" students. While not every example or story in the training may feel relatable, we believe the core concepts and messages are practical for everyone regardless of age. Also, please consider that as a more mature student, you might be regarded by your fellow students as someone whom they can turn to for advice. The information provided in this program will provide you with tools and tips on how to empower yourself as well as help others.
Do the videos have closed captioning (CC)?
The videos have the options of Closed Caption, Audio Description (audio that describes the images in the video) and High Definition. Video transcripts are also available for students upon request.
What if I am experiencing accessibility issues with the program?
We strive in policy and practice to make our online training and education materials accessible to all persons regardless of disability. If you experience any accessibility issues with this program, please contact Disability Resources and Educational Services at (818) 677-2684.
I am a victim/survivor and am not sure I can get through this training without re-traumatization. What are my options?
We understand that, for some individuals, the content of the training may cause particular distress. If your personal circumstances impact your ability to complete Not Anymore, please contact Katie LaRue, CSUN's Campus Care Advocate and a confidential resource, at (818) 677-7492 to discuss alternatives for fulfilling this training requirement.
Who can I speak with in confidence if I have experienced sexual and/or gender-based violence or abuse?
- CSUN Campus Care Advocate Katie LaRue
Klotz Student Health Center, Room 140G
Phone: (818) 677-7492
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Mon – Fri
After hours, calls will be transferred to Strength United's 24-Hour Support, Referral and Crisis Response Line
(818) 886-0453 or (661) 253-0258
- Strength United
14653 Gault Street, Van Nuys, CA 91405
Phone: 24-Hour Support, Referral and Crisis Response Line
(818) 886-0453 or (661) 253-0258
- CSUN Helpline Phone: (818) 349-HELP (4357) – ALL CALLS ARE CONFIDENTIAL
Hours: 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., Sun - Thurs, 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Fri and Sat
- University Counseling Services
Bayramian Hall, Room 520
Phone: (818) 677-2366
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Mon - Fri
After-hours, urgent-care assistance (818) 677-2366, press option 3
Where can I go for help related to sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence?
To report an incident, please contact Susan Hua, CSUN's Title IX Coordinator, at (818) 677-2077 or email@example.com. For a comprehensive list of support resources, including confidential resources and more information about CSUN's policy and procedures regarding incidents of sexual and gender-based violence, please visit the Office of Equity & Diversity website or CSUN's Title IX website. You can also access a list of university, local and national support services under the Resources tab once you have logged into Not Anymore.
Are there any sexual assault and harassment prevention events on campus?
Not Anymore is just one tool of many that CSUN provides to raise awareness concerning sexual misconduct and sexual violence. Over the years, various CSUN groups of faculty, staff, and students have initiated prevention education and awareness on sexual harassment and sexual violence through various forms and mediums, including events at New Student Orientation. Additionally, the New Student Orientation includes a theatrical performance by TAKE, which demonstrates powerful transitional issues incoming students may face, including sexual assault. Education on sexual harassment and sexual violence is also presented at other new student orientations, including the ones for transfer and international students, and meetings with student organizations and student leaders such as Housing Resident Advisors and the Associated Students Senate. CSUN's Sexual Violence Prevention Committee regularly reviews university programming and efforts toward combating campus sexual violence and has compiled a comprehensive list of initiatives and events in support of the university's collective efforts to "Shine a Light" on these critical issues. You can view the list of events and programs here.
Is there anyone who provides technical support for the training?
There is a Tech Help tab on the top right corner. This resource specifies the required software and hardware to access the program. The program requires that the student use a computer with an up-to-date Internet browser, Adobe Flash (version 10 or newer), a high-speed Internet connection (DSL, cable, FiOS, etc.). Please be aware that smartphones (iPhone, Android or Windows Phone) and tablets (iPad and Android) are not supported.
The Tech Help resource also has a list of answers to common problems:
- I'm having trouble logging in.
- The videos are buffering for too long, or are choppy and erratic.
- The videos don't play at all.
- I have the Flash Player 10 or newer, but the videos still won't play properly.
- Video playback stops and the download progress bar fills immediately.
- I'm having problems reading the text. Is there a way to make it larger?
- My problem wasn't resolved here.
For technical service and assistance regarding training access, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.