Alternate Not Anymore Training

Not Anymore Support Workshops

Not Anymore Support Workshops by CAPE

CSUDH’s Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) manages Not Anymore. For more information and/or technical support about the online training please visit:

About Not Anymore

Students are required to complete a yearly online training called Not Anymore. Not Anymore provides important information about sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, and sexual harassment.

Not Anymore covers difficult topics that may bring up negative memories. To address this and minimize any impact, CAPE is providing a trauma-informed version of the Not Anymore training in a workshop setting. These workshops will cover all the required information from the online training without real-life scenarios. The Not Anymore support workshops will be hosted on zoom and led by CAPE staff, who are certified sexual assault and domestic violence counselors.

To see our workshop schedule and/or register for a Not Anymore support workshop, please visit

If you prefer to complete the training one on one with a counselor, schedule an appointment via our online scheduling system at


 FAQ About the Not Anymore Support Workshops

How do I know which training I need to complete?

Incoming first year students must take the Not Anymore online training which offers an overview of the issues. Continuing students must take a refresher training which focuses on a specific theme- for the 2021-2022 academic year continuing students will learn more about consent.

 How to define student status:

  • Incoming students: those attending CSUDH for the first time, including first year, transfer and first year graduate students
  • Continuing students: those that have completed at least 1 semester at CSUDH, including undergraduate and graduate students

 *If you don’t know which training you must take, please email for additional info or check the email sent to your toromail account*

Please note that you must ensure that you register for the correct training to get credit.


Can you tell me more about the Not Anymore support workshops?

Workshops will be facilitated by CAPE staff members. They will cover all requirements without scenarios and provide an opportunity to ask questions. Although it is not required to have your camera on, we do require that you actively participate via the zoom chat and polling activities. A person does not need to tell us why they chose to take the workshop. Once the training is complete, CAPE will provide your student ID number to the Office of Equity and Inclusion so they can mark the training as complete on your student record. Support workshops take approximately 45-60 minutes to complete- the same amount of time it takes to complete the online version.


Why do I have to take this training?

This training is a requirement for all CSU students to have a collective approach to preventing sexual misconduct on campus and cannot be waived. Staff and faculty also must take a similar training on a yearly basis.  For more information about those requirements, please see CSU Executive Order 1095 here:


Trauma-informed Tips for completing the Not Anymore online training

If the Not Anymore support workshops are not for you, here are some suggestions to minimize any distress from taking the online training. These are strategies that have been shared with us by students.

  1. Ask a trusted CSUDH friend to take the training together. You may schedule a “study” meeting via Zoom so you can keep each other company and talk through the training as you complete it together. 
  2. Know that there are several sections that allow you to skip content. Do so when you need to.
  3. Break out the training by taking one section per day.
  4. If this training brings up any negative memories, we encourage you to speak to a confidential counselor for support at CAPE or you may utilize any of the following confidential resources. 

     5. Try to complete this training before the beginning of the semester, so you don’t forget       about it. If the training is not completed by October 15, 2021, there will be a hold placed on your account and will not be able to register for classes until it’s completed.

We are here for you. If you need to talk about any situation, please do not hesitate to meet with the confidential CAPE Coordinator. To schedule a confidential appointment with the CAPE Advocate visit