Sexual Violence Prevention for Students (Not Anymore) is an online video-based program that provides critical information about:
- sexual assault
- dating and domestic violence
- bystander intervention
- much more
You will learn what you can do to help make our campus safer. To successfully complete the program, you must earn a score of at least 80% on the post-test. All new Mizzou students are required to complete Sexual Violence Prevention for Students.
Take the Training
Use a laptop or desktop computer. Mobile devices are discouraged. You can leave the program at any time and return later, where you left off.
The training will take about one hour. You may retake the test until you achieve a score of at least 80%.
Use the link below and log in using your university email address and password. Follow the directions on the landing page to select the correct program for your current status: choose “Students” if you are an undergraduate, or “Graduate Students” if you are a graduate or professional student. Your completion will be reflected in MyZou within 24-48 hours.
If accommodations are required due to disability to complete this training, contact the Disability Center at 573-882-4696 or email@example.com.
If you run into problems taking or re-entering the program, do not start over. Contact Student Success using the Help button or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For tech support call 573-882-5000.
To ask questions about the training and MU’s violence prevention efforts, contact the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Center at 573-882-6638.
For information on policies and procedures regarding the topics covered by the training, contact the Office for Civil Rights & Title IX at 573-882-3880 or email@example.com.