Institutional Equity and Compliance

More info: Title IX Student Training

Not Anymore - Title IX Mandatory Online Training for New Students

Not Anymore contains interactive, online learning modules designed to prevent sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking on college campuses. The program offers impact student testimonials and content comprehension supporting the prevention of interpersonal violence.

The program explores healthy versus unhealthy relationships with viewers learning what to expect in a healthy relationship, and what kinds of behaviors and feelings indicate a relationship that is unhealthy. 

Rethinking Relationships - Title IX Mandatory Online Training Refresher for Returning Students

Rethinking Relationships features extensive, viewer-directed interactivity, and is designed to help viewers rethink and improve relationships with romantic partners, family, and colleagues.Rethinking Relationships features extensive testimonials from numerous survivors of relationship violence who share their experiences of being - in and getting out of - unhealthy relationships.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The training can be found at the following this link: HTTPS://studentsuccess.org/SSO/cpp. You will be asked for your Bronco ID and password to access the training.

All California State University students are required to be trained on Title IX on an annual basis. It is part of a system-wide effort to ensure that all students are provided a safe learning environment.

If the training has not been completed by the deadline listed in your email assignment, a registration hold will be placed on your account. You will not be able to register for classes. The hold can only be removed by completing the training.

You will be able to take the training once the deadline has passed, but the registration hold will not be lifted until you have completed the training. Please note that it may take up to 3 business days to remove the hold.

This training is mandatory therefore there are no waivers. An alternate training is available for those would have difficulty with the content due to previous experiences. Please see below for information regarding the alternate training.

You may request a one-on-one training with the campus confidential advocate by calling 909-869-3102 or email survivoradvocacy@cpp.edu. The advocate will review the training content and will provide additional support. It is advised that you schedule this well in advance in order to complete the training by the deadline.

If you took the training last year, you will be assigned a refresher course the following year to compliment the information that you received in the prior training.

Yes, you must complete both training's if you are a student employee, as they are mandatory for each respective role. Each of these training's has content that is specific to your role as a student and your role as an employee, separately.