Sexual Violence/Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Requirements for Undergraduate Students
In recognition of federal government regulations and UC system wide guidelines, all incoming students are required by UC Policy to complete online and in-person Sexual Violence/Sexual Harassment (SVSH) Prevention Training within the first six weeks of class. Online trainings are assigned to students through their UCSC emails. Failure to complete the training by the deadline assigned will result in enrollment holds. Once placed, enrollment holds can take up to 5 days to be removed so it is best to complete the assignment before the deadline.
All continuing students are required to complete an online Sexual Violence/Sexual Harassment Prevention Training annually. Continuing students will either be notified of their requirement to complete the online student training or the training for non supervisory staff through their student email. The training that is assigned to continuing students will depend on their employment status at the time of assignment.
The SVSH Prevention training for Non-Supervisors (Including Undergraduate Student Employees) includes information about the reporting responsibilities for all UC employees that is not included in the student training. Within a few days of being entered into the payroll system, undergraduate student employees will be sent an automated invitation to complete the online training to their student email address. Student employees must complete the training within six weeks of the start of their employment. The training takes about 50 minutes to complete and provides important information about rights and resources as well as reporting responsibilities that all UC employees have. To locate the employee training, login to the UC Learning Center and enter your username and gold password. If you have trouble logging in contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. If a student is hired into a position after completing the student training, they will be required to complete the staff training upon hire and yearly thereafter as long as they are employed.
The SVSH Prevention online training assignments for Undergraduate Students are sent via email from the Interim Dean of Students, Lucy Rojas. The email notification includes information about valuable campus resources and the link to the online training is at the bottom. If you are having trouble accessing the student training or for other technical problems call Campus Clarity Support at (800) 652-9546. If you have forgotten your password, go to www.campusclarity.com and enter your student email. Once you have entered your email, you will be given the option of entering your password or clicking on forgot my password. Click on forgot my password and follow the directions. You will be emailed directions on how to change your password.
If you are a survivor of sexual violence and would like an alternate training option please contact Laura Young-Hinck, Response Team Coordinator, Title IX Office, 831-459-1666, email@example.com. All requests for alternate trainings will be kept confidential.