Student Awareness & Prevention Training

The Campus Sexual Misconduct Policy Training is a short video designed to inform students about the types of sexual misconduct and  students’ options about how and where to report incidents of sexual misconduct.

Not Anymore is an online program that educates students about the following topics that may occur on a college campus.

  • Bystander Intervention
  • Consent
  • Dating And Domestic Violence
  • Sexual Assault
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Stalking
  • Verbal Defense
  • The Role Of Alcohol

All currently enrolled students can access both trainings by logging into their SOS account.  The trainings are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and it takes approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete. 

In the event you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, resources are available within the training.  Or, you can click here to access a complete list of resources.

Accessing the Trainings

To access both trainings, students need to:

  • Login to SOS at
  • Click on Student Concerns, and click the link to Campus Sexual Misconduct Policy – Prevention & Awareness.
  • Then, click on Not Anymore Awareness & Prevention Training (

If you have questions about the Not Anymore program, please contact the Educational Planning, Counseling and Completion offices on your campus:

Educational Planning, Counseling and Completion

Central Campus

Maritime Campus

 North Campus

  South Campus

If you have technical issues with Not Anymore, please contact TechSupport at 281-998-6137.

Other Trainings Offered

San Jacinto College provides the following trainings and programs to all currently enrolled students:

  • Bystander Awareness Training
  • Self-defense training
  • Awareness events on each campus
  • Risk Management Training for students during college sponsored travel

Bystander Awareness Training is an on-campus training led by the Student Engagement & Activities offices and it is designed to inform students about the risks of sexual misconduct and how to safely get help regarding sexual misconduct situations.

Self-Defense training is an on-campus training and led by the Student Engagement & Activities offices.  It is designed to teach individuals how to defend themselves using real world scenarios.

Awareness Events are coordinated by our Student Engagement and Activities Offices and our Educational Planning, Counseling and Completion offices (EPCC).  Examples of awareness events include but are not limited to the following topics: domestic violence, stalking, alcohol and drug abuse, distracted driving, hunger and homelessness, eating disorders, and mental health.

Risk Management Training is offered to all students who travel on college-sponsored over-night trips with their student clubs/organizations.  You can find out more information by contacting your campus Student Engagement and Activities office.  

Student Engagement and Activities

Central Campus

Maritime Campus

 North Campus

  South Campus