Not Anymore Training for Students

 As part of Missouri S&T’s commitment to create and preserve a safe and inclusive campus environment, we are requiring all new students to view and complete the Not Anymore training from Student Success™. Not Anymore is a video-based, online module designed to assist students in developing strategies to prevent and protect themselves and others from sexual misconduct and harassment. Topics covered within the program are:

  • Sexual assault
  • Consent
  • Dating & domestic violence
  • Stalking
  • Bystander intervention
  • What to do if…

Students required to take the training must earn a score of at least 70% on the post-test. Reminder emails with links to the training will be sent throughout the course of the semester until the training has been completed. The training can be taken on a laptop or a computer (mobile devices are discouraged) and should take approximately 60-90 minutes to complete. You may leave the program at any time and return later to finish where you left off.

TAKE THE TRAINING NOW (log in with your university username/password)

 
For tech support or if you run into problems taking or re-entering the program, do not start over. Contact Student Success using the HELP button or email Terrylynn Pearlman from Student Success.

 For accommodations due to a disability, or other questions regarding the Not Anymore training, please visit the FAQ section below or contact Barbi Spencer at 573-341-7078 or via email.

 

FAQ's

1)      Who must take this training?
All newly admitted students to the university are required to take the Not Anymore training including:

FTC – first time college
TRE – first time transfer
NGE – new graduate student
VIS – visiting student
DHS – dual high school student

2)      I am a student of the university, but I do not fall into one of those categories.  
If you are a student but do not fit into one of the categories listed above AND have a Not Anymore hold on your account or are receiving Not Anymore emails, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 573-341-4181.

3)      How long does the training take to complete?
Plan to spend approximately 60-90 minutes on this training. If you need to take a break or do not have time to complete the training all at once, you may log out and return later. Your training will pick up where you left off.

4)      Is Not Anymore training required?
Yes. Federal mandates require colleges and universities that receive federal funding to provide all new students to the university with training on sexual violence prevention.

5)      I’m a distance student, do I still need to take the training? 
Yes. Under the Title IX mandate, we are obligated to offer additional trainings to help eliminate sexual harassment and assault on the basis of sex and, as a student enrolled in a university that receives federal funding, you are required to participate. 

6)      I’m graduating, do I still need to take the training?
Yes. Under the Title IX mandate, we are obligated to offer additional trainings to help eliminate sexual harassment and assault on the basis of sex and, as a student enrolled in a university that receives federal funding, you are required to participate.

7)      I have a hold on my account…
If the training is not completed by the due date, students will have a soft hold (with the possibility of turning into a hard hold at any time) put on their account as a reminder that the training needs to be completed. The hold will not be removed until the training has been completed. Once the training has been completed, please allow up to 3 business days for the hold to be removed.