UPDATE: January 21, 2022
As part of our University's commitment to ensuring a safe and healthy learning environment, all new incoming students are required to complete mandatory sexual violence prevention education per CSU Executive Order 1095. In January 2022, San Francisco State has launched Voices for Change a new, mandatory sexual violence prevention education online training for new, incoming students.
Please note that all official notifications regarding this required training will be sent to your San Francisco State student email account.
Voices for Change will help you make informed decisions regarding alcohol use, empower you to intervene and prevent sexual violence, and give you the tools to address to peers' risky behavior. It will provide you with the information you need to navigate affirmative consent, healthy relationships, and effective communication.
For confidential support:
We recognize that some of the content in Voices for Change may generate thoughts, feelings and other reactions that you may wish to process privately with others. Please know that The SAFE Place is available, free of charge, to all students, as a confidential and safe space to seek support. You may reach them at (415) 338-2208 or https://caps.sfsu.edu/content/safe-place.
To discuss the requirement or whether it applies to you, please contact:
Heather Borlase, JD, MFS
Title IX Coordinator, San Francisco State University
For detailed information about CSU’s policies about prohibited behavior, see the Interim CSU Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Sexual Exploitation, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Stalking, and Retaliation.
For general questions and accommodations:
If you have general questions, believe you have reached this e-mail in error, or require reasonable accommodations to complete Voices for Change, email firstname.lastname@example.org and a staff member from Health Promotion & Wellness will assist you. Before requesting accommodations due to past experiences of sexual violence, please know that, with limited exceptions, most University employees are mandatory reporters of sexual violence. You are not required to disclose details of your experience to receive accommodations.
To begin the training:
- Step 1: Click on this link.
- Step 2: Log in using your San Francisco State student credentials
- Step 3: Regularly check your San Francisco State email for official notifications and reminders.
- Step 4: Save the certificate of completion for your records and future reference.
- For technical support:
(e.g. issues with accessing the course, audio, video, and/or training platform), email email@example.com.
For answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the mandatory online course, visit our FAQ page.