Required for all students.

At the foundation of every positive student experience is a safe and healthy learning environment. Research shows that the most effective sexual assault prevention education requires messaging that is tailored to diverse populations and delivered across the student lifecycle.

The Sexual Assault Prevention (SAP) modules are available in the following modules:

  • For incoming undergraduate students: Sexual Assault Prevention Part 1 and Part 2 (SAPU) 
  • For incoming graduate students: Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students Part 1 and Part 2 (SAPG)
  • For continuing undergraduate and graduate students: Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing: Taking Action (SAPO) — Note: students who have completed Healthy Relationships and Trojans Act Now in the respective assigned years are not required to take SAPO for that year.

Contents of these modules include:

  • Importance of Values
  • Aspects of (Un)healthy Relationships
  • Gender Socialization
  • Sexual Assault
  • Consent
  • Bystander Intervention
  • Survivor Support
  • Responding to Student Disclosures

If you are a survivor with experiences that would be the basis to qualify for an exemption, and alternative option for completing this requirement, please complete the Exemption Request form . Note for first year undergraduates—if you apply for and are granted an exemption from SAPu, you will be automatically also be exempted from CHR1 Trojans Respect Consent.