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Sexual Assault Prevention Training Modules (formerly Not on Our Grounds)

The Sexual Assault Prevention Training modules, previously called Not on Our Grounds, are required of all incoming students, including first-year students, transfer students, and graduate and professional students. In addition, returning students are required to complete the online module every two years. The modules are designed to educate students on conduct prohibited by the University's Policy on Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Other Forms of Interpersonal Violence (the "Sexual Misconduct Policy") and inform students of ways in which we all can serve as active bystanders and community leaders in preventing harassment and violence in our community. The modules provide a baseline level of information and community expectations that are expanded upon when students arrive to Grounds. The modules are assigned through the University and assigned students receive direct communication from Everfi, the training vendor, with a link to the course. 

Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (formerly Not on Our Grounds for Undergraduate Students) - The online training module for all incoming first year and transfer undergraduate students. 

Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students (formerly Not on Our Grounds for Graduate Students) - The online training module for all incoming first year and transfer graduate students. 

Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing: Healthy Relationships (formerly Not on Our Grounds Ongoing) - The online training module for returning students, to be completed every two years. 

Sexual Assault Prevention for Student Athletes (formerly Not on Our Grounds for Student Athletes) - The online training module for student athletes, to be completed annually. 

For answers to frequently asked questions about the Sexual Assault Prevention training and other University required training modules, please visit the FAQ.