“Not Anymore” Student Sexual Violence Awareness and Prevention training
Posted by SHeD Staff, Last modified by Info Desk on 20 November 2018 08:18 AM

Description: Completing the "Not Anymore" student training course
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“Not Anymore”: Student Sexual Violence Awareness and Prevention training


"Not Anymore"

What is the "Not Anymore" training and when did it begin at LCC?

"Not Anymore" is a required interactive Title IX online training for new credit students beginning Winter and Spring term 2018 discussing sexual assault, how to stop it, and how to report it.

Why is it required?

Federal laws (Title IX, Clery Act and the Campus SaVE Act) have mandated that the college provide students with the critical safety information in the module. To fulfill the federal requirement, LCC is requiring all students to complete the “Not Anymore” training.

Title IX states from their website: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”

FAQ

Frequently asked questions for student training

       

Completing the course

Instructions on how to complete the “Not Anymore” course:

  1. Go to https://studentsuccess.org/SSO/lanecc and log in with your L number and password.
    1. If you don’t know your L number, go to the main page of myLane and click on the link "Need User ID/L Number? Click here" located just below the User ID box.

  2. Enter the required information to set up your account.

  3. Follow the website’s instructions as you go through the program, watching
    videos and taking quizzes.

  4. Pass the class to download your Certificate of Completion!


Contact information for Title IX Coordinator

Jerry DeLeon

Building 1, Room 202 LCC Main Campus

541-463-5870

Fax: 541-463-4173

deleonjf@lanecc.edu




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