Student Awareness & Prevention Training

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Welcome to San Jacinto College! We’d like to inform you about an important subject that unfortunately affects many students. San Jacinto College prohibits all students and all college employees from engaging in sexual misconduct. Sexual misconduct is behavior of a sexual nature that is hostile, unwelcome, and intimidating. Words and phrases associated with sexual misconduct are: sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, or stalking.

Certain state and federal laws exist to guide students about how to report incidents of sexual misconduct and protect students who have experienced sexual misconduct. The same laws also guide colleges in the handling and investigation of these types of incidents.

Training Requirements

Did you know that, in the state of Texas, new college students are required to be trained about a college’s campus sexual misconduct policy during the first term of enrollment? San Jacinto College has answered that need and requires all students to take an online training titled “Campus Sexual Misconduct Policy – Prevention and Awareness”.

San Jac students are also required to complete a training called “Not Anymore”. It is an online training designed to create awareness and encourage prevention of: sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, and stalking. The online program also covers the role of alcohol in these circumstances, bystander intervention and offers resources available to our students.

These trainings are required before registering for classes in a future term or semester. Watching the Campus Sexual Misconduct Policy-Prevention & Awareness video and completing the Not Anymore Awareness and Prevention Training during your first term at San Jacinto College is required. If you have not completed these requirements, a NA hold (or Not Anymore hold) will appear in your student account. The NA hold will restrict you from registering for a future term. Once you complete the video and the online training, allow 3 hours for your hold to be released, or you can visit the campus and ask an academic advisor or educational planner to release the hold. Please be prepared to provide a valid copy of your completion certificate (a valid paper copy or a valid viewable copy on your phone or device) will be accepted.

Accessing the Training

New students at San Jacinto College can access this free training on their SOS accounts (24 hours a day, 7 days a week).  New transfer students will also need to complete this training.  Just follow these simple steps:

  • Login to your SOS account at www.sanjac.edu/soslogin using your Student ID ‘G’ Number (e.g. Gxxxxxxxx) and your password. If you have never logged in to your SOS account, you will need to claim your SOS account by following the “Students” instructions at the same website.
  • Click on the Student Concerns tab, and click the link “Campus Sexual Misconduct Policy – Prevention and Awareness”.
  • Click the play button to access the training video.
  • In the Student Concerns tab, click the link “Not Anymore Awareness & Prevention Training (StudentSuccess.org)”.
  • Fill out the demographic information section, and the training will start.
  • The training takes approximately 40-60 minutes.
  • Stop or Start the training at any time. If you’re running out of time, you can return later to finish the training.

If you have any questions about the training, you can visit or call a member of the Educational Planning, Counseling, & Completion office on your campus.

SJC Central

SJC Maritime

SJC North

SJC South

Central Campus
C-3.249
281-478-2768

Central Campus
C-3.249
281-478-2768

North Campus
N-6.170
281-459-7192

South Campus
S-6.120
281-922-3444

If you need to report an incident of sexual misconduct, you can report the incident using the online incident report form at www.sanjac.edu/incident-report.