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Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates

The Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates Program is the premier online program addressing the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment among students. All incoming, degree seeking students at the University of Minnesota Morris are required to complete this program online. This will provide crucial information for our students about sexual assault, dating violence and stalking within an easy to use and accessible format.

Created in collaboration with leading campus practitioners and researchers and national thought leaders including renowned expert Dr. Alan Berkowitz, the Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates Program reaches 700,000 individuals at over 650 institutions across the country.

Prior to beginning your time at UMM, you will be provided with information to complete the Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates Program via email. There are 2 parts to the Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates Program and Part 1 is typically due prior to coming to campus whereas part 2 is typically due later in the semester. The program is built by prevention and compliance experts to meet and exceed requirements from Title IX and the Clery Act (Campus SaVE/VAWA).

If you have further questions about the Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates program, please contact Sarah Anderson.

UMN Morris Everfi Programs

In addition to the Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergrudates Program, UMN Morris also provides and offers the following courses from Everfi.

SAPU Ongoing: Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing - Healthy Relationships
Features of this ongoing course include: This module presents an in-depth exploration of consent and coercion. Designed to enable learners to distinguish between the two, this course explores what it means for an individual to clearly give consent.

SAPU Ongoing: Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing - Taking Action
This module reaffirms a learner’s ability to positively influence their community through their actions (such as bystander intervention) and that the learner’s positive values align with those of the healthy majority on their campus.