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Not Anymore required Title IX training for returning students launches September 10

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All students are required to complete interpersonal violence prevention education annually while attending Illinois State

At Illinois State University, we pride ourselves on providing an enlightening college experience, which demands a safe and healthy student environment. To help support creating a campus culture of respect, all students are required to view Not Anymore, an online interpersonal violence prevention program from Student Success. This video-based program provides critical information about consent, bystander intervention, sexual assault, dating, and domestic violence, stalking, and much more through student testimonials. Not Anymore also helps students better gain a better understanding of how vitally important these issues are and what you can do to help make your campus safer.

All students are required to complete the Not Anymore training every year they are enrolled in classes at Illinois State University. Not Anymore will be emailed to returning students’ ISU email addresses on or around Monday, September 10.  Returning students need to complete Not Anymore no later than October 31. Incoming students received Not Anymore prior to arriving to campus for Welcome Week in August.

Additional resources available

If you or someone you know has experience interpersonal or sexual violence, campus and local resources are available to support you. Confidential advisors are available through Student Counseling Services 24 hours a day by calling (309) 438-3655. Non-confidential campus resources include the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access—Title IX; Dean of Students Office; Health Promotion and Wellness; or speak with a trusted colleague, staff person, or faculty member. Additional information on campus and local resources are available on the Health Promotion and Wellness website.

About Health Promotion and Wellness

Health Promotion and Wellness provide wellness information, services, and programming to students, faculty, staff, and the Illinois State community addressing a variety of topics such as sleep, stress management, nutrition, physical activity, and violence prevention. People living, learning, and working in a safe and healthy environment are more likely to reach their highest potential. For more information, visit Wellness.IllinoisState.edu or stop by 187 McCormick Hall.

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Waste of tax payer money.

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