MANDATORY FOR ALL GRADUATE STUDENTS:
Violence Prevention Program Requirement – Not Anymore
Required once during your graduate career.
The University of Connecticut is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of our students, staff, and faculty. As part of that commitment, the University now requires that all graduate students complete an online interpersonal violence prevention program from Student Success™. Titled Not Anymore, this video-based program provides critical information about Consent, Bystander Intervention, Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, Stalking, and more. Not Anymore will help you better understand how vitally important these issues are to creating a safe environment and to our community expectations, and what you can do to help make your campus safer for everyone.
Graduate students must complete a one-time 40 minute online interpersonal violence prevention training. Satisfactory completion of the program is required in order to remove a registration hold for Fall term. You are required to earn at least a 75% on the program, and will be prompted to retake the test until you achieve this score. Use your UConn NetID and password to logon to the system at: https://studentsuccess.org/SSO/uconn. Follow the instructions provided. You may use the same link to re-enter the program to complete it over several sessions and to continue where you left off. If you run into problems taking or reentering the program, do not start over. Contact Student Success™ through the HELP button or by email at email@example.com. Advanced warning will be provided prior to and during all potentially triggering videos. At that time you will have the opportunity to hide the video and may choose to review the reporting options and resources available to the UConn community (www.titleix.uconn.edu). Also, if at any time you have general questions or concerns regarding the program requirements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon completion, it will take 2-3 days for the hold to lift. If you have any questions, call The Graduate School at (860) 486-3617.