SVSH Prevention Training for Graduates

In order to ensure awareness of graduate student resources and reporting options and in recognition of federal government regulations and UC system wide guidelines, all students, staff, and faculty are required to complete sexual violence/sexual harassment prevention training.  Graduate students that do not complete the required courses will have enrollment holds placed pending completion of training.

Mandatory Incoming Graduate Student Trainings 

  • Title IX training (via Webinar for Fall 2021) AND
  • Online Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates (SAPG) program 
*Both trainings are required for incoming students. Continuing graduate students will be assigned the online course only.

Title IX Training-via Webinar 

Grad Division will be sending communications to your UCSC email related to orientation and the mandatory Title IX training. The Title IX training will be presented via webinar on Wednesday, September 22nd between 11am-12pm, Pacific time.  A make up option will be made available via Canvas for students who are unable to attend the live webinar.  

Here is a link to the grad orientation schedule. 

Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates (SAPG)-online program 

Incoming graduates must ALSO complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates (SAPG) created by Everfi. New graduate students who attended UCSC as an undergraduate MUST complete SAPG as the content is new. The online program takes about one hour to complete. Continuing graduate students must complete SAPG as part of their ongoing sexual violence sexual harassment prevention training and to ensure that they are aware of their rights, resources, and responsibilities but need not also attend a zoom or webinar training. Training is assigned upon enrollment and is due within 30 days of the initial assignments. Students who have not completed SAPG by September 30, 2021 11:59 p.m. will have winter enrollment holds placed on their accounts. SAPG will remain available by logging in directly to the Everfi website (using your gold password) but the hold will remain in place until completion. Please consider that once holds are placed, there will be a delay of up to two business days before the removal can be processed.

Accessing the online Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduates (SAPG)

1.  If you have not already done so, please activate your UCSC email address. Go to https://cruzid.ucsc.edu/ and log in using your CruzID and Gold password.

2. You can access your assigned We Are Slugs! programs by logging in to your my.ucsc.edu account and viewing your to-do list. You will also receive an email generated by Everfi with the subject line: “Online Course Assigned to you by University of California - Santa Cruz” which includes a link to access the programs. Note: University is working directly with EverFi and the link in the email is secure.

These programs will remain in your to-do list until each program is completed. Note: If you are already logged in to UCSC, the link will take you directly into your assigned training. If not, please click on the green “UCSC Login” button to log in.

3. You may log in and out of the program at the end of each section. The section ends are marked with a "Next" button. Do NOT log out until you click the "Next" button or you will have to repeat the entire section you just completed!

Technical Support

For technical support visit  support.everfi.com.

Accessibility

If you need help accessing one of the trainings due to a disability-related concern, please email: lyounghi@ucsc.edu.

Alternative Options for Students who have been impacted by Sexual Violence

These trainings are mandatory and there are no waivers. Alternate trainings are available for those who have difficulty with the content due to a previous experience of sexual misconduct. Please contact the confidential CARE Office by emailing care@ucsc.edu to request an alternate training. Please include your student id and the name of the training you are requesting an alternative for. All requests for alternate trainings will be kept confidential.

For international students who cannot access SAPG

If you are having trouble accessing the online program, email lyounghi@ucsc.edu

For graduate students who completed the Sexual Violence Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for staff and non-supervisors in the Learning Center

If you have completed the training this academic year and would like to be exempted from the SAPG assignment,  email lyounghi@ucsc.edu  to request an exemption. Please attach your certificate or forward your email verification of completion from the Learning Center and include your student id and UCSC email address.