Sexual Violence Prevention Education Online Training

UPDATE: January 28, 2021

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 September 2019, San Francisco State has launched NOT ANYMORE, 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. 

NOT ANYMORE 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. 

Every incoming student is required to complete this online training. While it is required, we recognize that the material covered in the online course may be distressing. If you would like additional support around these issues, please contact The SAFE Place or Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Please note that both The SAFE Place and CAPS are currently not available for in-person assistance due to social distancing measures. However, both offices continue to be open to provide services online while Shelter-In-Place is in effect.

For non-technical questions, or if you need reasonable accommodations to complete NOT ANYMORE, email and our Health Promotion & Wellness team will assist you. Before requesting accommodations, please know that the majority of University employees are mandatory reporters of incidents of sexual violence. To protect the confidentiality of survivors of sexual violence, survivors are not required to disclose details of their experience to receive accommodations. 

Students who do not complete the NOT ANYMORE training by the deadline will have a Sexual Violence Prevention Education (SVP) HOLD placed on their account for failure to comply with a University directive. An SVP HOLD on your record means that you will not be allowed access to any of the following:

  • add/drop or register for classes for future semesters
  • request any official documents, including grades for this semester
  • receive any financial aid funds (including refund checks)

To get the SVP hold removed, students must complete the online training. Once completed, the holds will be removed within 1 (one) business day. For further questions, contact

Step 1:  Log on at

Step 2:  Enter your school credentials.

Step 3:  You will be taken to the Account Setup Page. Follow the instructions provided.

Step 4:  Begin and complete the course. Once you're done, download the certificate of completion for your records. You can find this at the very last page of your training portal.

*For technical support (e.g. accessing the course, audio, video, browser, etc.), please contact Vector Solutions Client Success Team at

For answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the mandatory online course, visit our FAQ page.