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General Information

“Not Anymore” is an interactive online program designed to educate about the prevention of sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, and stalking while helping each Eastern meet Connecticut state law, Campus SaVE Act (VAWA) and Title IX education mandates.

This training is required for all students (first time in college, transfer, returning and graduate students) and employees of Eastern Connecticut State University.

The University understands that some of the information contained in this training may be emotionally triggering to students who have been directly impacted by these issues. If you feel that this may apply to you, please be in touch with the Office of Equity and Diversity to request an exemption.

Dr. Stacey Close
closes@easternct.edu
860-465-5791

Stephanie Lumbra
lumbras@easternct.edu
860-465-5215

Who is required to complete Not Anymore, and why?
Eastern requires all new and returning students — undergraduate and graduate students to complete Not Anymore. Providing all Eastern students with a consistent message about consent and interpersonal violence (dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking) can encourage thoughtful conversations, inspire a shift in behaviors and highlight a campus that values healthy choices.

How do I access the program?
To access the training, log in with your @my.easternct.edu username and password. Look for message that reads “Violence Prevention Program Requirement” and click on the link for the training. You should be logged into the “Not Anymore” training site automatically.

If you have any questions about this training, please feel free to contact:

Dr. Stacey Close
closes@easternct.edu
860-465-5791

Stephanie Lumbra
lumbras@easternct.edu
860-465-5215

If you, or someone you know, has been the victim of sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, or stalking, contacting an advocate can be a good first step in seeking help. For immediate response, call or go online to one of the 24-hour confidential hotlines listed below.

Dating and Relationship Abuse
United Services Domestic Violence Program
www.unitedservicesct.org/services/domestic-violence/
860-774-8648

United Services provides the only domestic violence shelters and services in Northeastern Connecticut. Our Domestic Violence Program offers a wide array of services designed to respond to the needs of domestic violence victims and their children throughout their journey to become free of abuse. Services are available to anyone who is a victim of domestic abuse, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, economic status or disability.

Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Eastern Connecticut
www.saccec.org

860-456-2789
The Sexual Assault Crisis Center is a private, non-profit agency offering free and confidential, comprehensive services to victims of sexual assault and abuse. SACCEC is a member  of the Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence, the statewide coalition of sexual assault crisis agencies.

If you prefer to talk with someone online, contact RAINN using the link below.

Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network www.rainn.org          
24-hour live, secure, anonymous online crisis support for victims of sexual violence, their friends, and families over RAINN’s website.

When is the deadline to complete the program?
Your deadline to complete Not Anymore is Thursday, September 20.

Course Problems and Technical Difficulties
If you have any questions about this requirement, please contact Dr. Stacey Close, Associate Vice President and Title IX Coordinator in the Office of Equity and Diversity at closes@easternct.edu or (860) 465-5791. If you have any technical difficulties with the course, please contact Student Success through the course HELP button or at terylynn.pearlman@vectorsolutions.com.

 


*Please note that internet activity can be tracked and stored on the computer system being used. The Escape feature will quickly direct you to another website, but does not remove the history of visiting this site. If you have any concerns, it is recommended that a public computer (such as the library) be used to access this site.