CI’s commitment to the safety of its campus community and a recently enacted mandate from the CSU requires all students to complete a sexual misconduct prevention training program for each academic year they are enrolled at CI. “Not Anymore" and the "Not Anymore" refresher programs, including "Clarifying Consent", created by Student Success™, are an online video-based sexual misconduct prevention program. They have been assigned to CI students to fulfill a mandatory student training requirement, as now required by state and federal law and CSU Executive Order 1095.

Current students, including graduating seniors and extended education students, must complete this training by October 31 for fall semester (based upon when training was first assigned to a student). A registration hold will be placed on your record should you fail to comply with this annual training requirement.

Please review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for more information regarding training requirements and the selected training vendor, including information related to data security and alternate options that may be available to you in order to satisfy the training requirement.

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CI is aware that the content of this module contains questions and situations of a sensitive nature. Please know that there are places on and off campus where you can go to confidentially discuss your concerns. Melanie Simms, CI's Crisis Advocate, may be reached directly at 805-796-4844. The office of Counseling & Psychological Services, or CAPS 805-437-2088 is available on a walk-in basis. For off campus organizations where you can seek assistance or advice, please refer to CI’s Rights & Options for Victims of Sexual Violence, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence & Stalking. (PDF, 745KB)

 If you experience any problems accessing any portions of the online training due to incompatibility with assistive technology or if you need the information provided in an alternative format, please contact the Disability Resources & Programs office.

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