Sexual Assault Prevention

Mandatory SVSH Prevention Trainings

In order to promote awareness of resources and reporting options, and in recognition of federal government regulations and UC system wide guidelines, ALL students are required to complete sexual violence and sexual harassment prevention training.   

Incoming Undergraduates must complete BOTH SVSH Prevention Requirements

  1. Slugs CARE/Title IX Presentation (via Webinar) 
  2. Online Sexual Assault Prevention (SAP) program which is part of We Are Slugs!

Slugs CARE/Title IX training-via Webinar 

All incoming undergraduates must accept the invitation to the F22 Slugs CARE/Title IX Canvas course, in order to complete the mandatory assignment. Through this course students can access resource information throughout their time at UCSC and confirm their attendance in the webinar. If they were not present, they can complete the required make up by watching a video and passing a quiz. t attend.

Students were assigned to one of two sections depending on whether they attended the live webinar:

  • Attended Webinar-Completed Assignment section or 
  • Makeup Required depending

Sexual Assault Prevention (SAP)-online program 

Incoming undergraduates must ALSO complete Sexual Assault Prevention (SAP) created by Everfi. Sexual Assault Prevention (SAP) is part of the We Are Slugs! curriculum for all incoming undergraduates and is one of three required online programs. For more information visit

Alternative Training Option

Survivors of sexual violence can request an alternative training option by emailing the confidential CARE Office at Please include the name of the training that you were assigned, your student id number, and UCSC email address.


If you need any support accessing either of the trainings due to a disability-related access concern, please email

SVSH Prevention Requirements for Student Employees 

The SVSH Prevention training for Non-Supervisors (includes undergraduate student employees) provides information about the reporting responsibilities for all UC employees. Within a few days of being entered into the payroll system, undergraduate student employees will be sent an email to their UCSC email address with the training assignment. 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 access the employee training, login to the UC Learning Center and enter your username and gold password. 

For problems accessing the training email New student employees must complete the staff training, in addition to the student training, unless they completed the staff training within the past two years.


For more information about the training requirements contact