Sexual Violence Prevention Online Training Programs
All incoming SJSU students are expected to complete online training on sexual violence and alcohol abuse prevention. Continuing students will complete a refresher course annually.
Title IX requires higher education institutions to take necessary precautions to prevent sexual assault on their campuses, and to respond promoptly and effectively when an assault is reported. To fully comply with Title IX, the CSU Chancellor’s Office issued Executive Order 1095 which mandates education training programs to prevent sexual violence. For more information and resources, please visit Title IX / Gender Equity Issues.
Please see below for a brief description of the training programs.
You will receive email notifications from Student Wellness Center and our training
vendor, Vector Solutions LMS, @safecolleges.com to complete your training.
Attention Incoming Sp 2023 Enrolled Students:
Sexual violence prevention online training is now available to incoming Sp 2023 students who are enrolled in classes. A notification has been sent to your MySJSU account. You will also receive reminders from safecolleges.com to complete the training. Assigned training modules must be completed by February 6, 2023.
Please note: You must be enrolled in classes in order to access your online training modules or receive notifications to begin your training.
Vector Solutons: Online Training Programs
Sexual Violence Prevention for Undergraduate/Graduate Students is a 60 minutes video-based online interactive training that addresses issues of
sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking which impacts countless college
students across the country. The training provides incoming students with important
information including key definitions, bystander strategies, and resources that will
foster a safer and healthier place to live, learn and work
Alcohol and Other Drugs is an interactive 45 minutes online training program that is designed to educate students on the risks of the abuse of alcohol and other drugs. This program will empower students to make well-informed decisions about alcohol use, link choices about responsible drinking behavior to academic and personal success, and develop effective strategies for handling drinking behavior of their peers. All incoming undergraduate students are expected to ecomplete this training.
Bystander Intervention-Every Choice (Refresher Training) is 26 minutes long. Every Choice (Refresher) is a concise course that focuses heavily on bystander intervention, including how to recognize potentially dangerous situations and how to formulate a plan to safely intervene. Real-life scenarios and compelling testimonials highlight the life-changing power of intervening as a bystander. This additional training is provided for ongoing education of students who have previously taken the Primary Sexual Violence Prevention course. The refresher course is assigned to returning students for fall 2022.
Incoming Spring 2023 undergraduates are required to complete Sexual Violence for: Undergraduates AND Alcohol and Other Drugs.
Incoming Spring 2023 graduate students are required to complete Sexual Violence for Graduate Students
Students must complete training within a month of the start date with a minimum passing
score of 80%.
All continuing students must complete a refresher course annually.
Please read instructions below on how to access training programs.
Step 1: To access your assigned training click here
Step 2: Use your SJSU Student ID number (9 digits) and SJSUOne account password to login.
If you experience difficulties taking or reentering the program, please contact email@example.com.
You may also contact Vector Solutions LMS Technical Support Team at 800-434-0154 during
business hours M-F 8:00am-6:30pm PST.
For questions or concerns regarding training requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This training contains sensitive material involving sexual and interpersonal violence. While trigger warnings and resources are provided throughout the program, we understand such programming may be problematic for some viewers. Please contact appropriate campus resources (see below) for confidential support.
Support and Resources
While you are not required to do so, you can contact the Title IX Office to report
and request assistance with addressing an incident of sexual harassment or sexual
violence. The Title IX Office can provide information about options available to you,
including support resources, accommodations and interim measures (such as a No Contact
Order), or response options (such as a formal investigation), but ultimately, you
decide what option(s) to pursue. You can reach the Title IX Office at 669-877-0620
If you are not ready or do not wish to report to the Title IX Office, or you are in crisis and need immediate confidential support, please call the Confidential Survivor Advocate at 408-924-7300 or email email@example.com. For assistance outside of normal business hours, please call the YWCA Silicon Valley 24/7 Support Line: 1-800-572-2782.
The Confidential Survivor Advocate provides free confidential services for students dealing with sexual misconduct and harassment, including sexual assault, domestic and dating violence as well as stalking. Services include accompaniment to court, Title IX, and/or the police; understanding options for accountability, making plans for safety and healing and obtaining accommodations for academic, housing, and employment.
For emergencies, call 911, or 408-924-2222 or 4-2222 from a campus phone.
You are also encouraged to access the following on-campus resources for help or support during normal business hours:
- SJSU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): 408-924-5910
- Student Health Center: 408-924-6122
The Respondent Consultant supports and guides individuals who may be alleged in Title IX cases by ensuring they understand university processes, communications, and connections to applicable resources. The Respondent Consultant can be reached at 408-924-6303.
Frequently Asked Questions
Title IX Notice of Nondiscrimination
The California State University, which includes San José State, does not discriminate on the basis of gender, which includes sex and gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation in its education programs or activities.