Title IX - Preventing Sex Discrimination

Title IX Student Training

Chico State’s primary concern is the safety of its campus community members. All California State University (CSU) students are required to complete Title IX training as part of a system-wide effort to ensure that all CSU students are provided a safe learning environment.

What are the titles of the training programs?

Sexual Violence Prevention for New Students and Consent & Bystander Intervention for Returning Students ("Refresher"), created by Student Success™, are video-based sexual misconduct prevention programs designed to help students prevent and appropriately respond to sexual misconduct (sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence and stalking). Students will be provided critical information about sexual misconduct prevention and the definitions of consent, bystander intervention, sexual assault, rape, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking. The programs will also provide students with information regarding their rights, safety, and ability to help stop sexual misconduct at Chico State.

Do all students take the same training?

There are separate training modules depending on student class and status:

  • Freshmen
  • Transfer and Graduate/Post Baccalaureate*
  • Continuing Students

*Graduate/post baccalaureate students include students enrolled in the credential program and other post baccalaureate programs.

New Students

New students, including freshman, transfer, and graduate/post baccalaureate students, must complete their assigned training by October 1 (fall enrollees) or April 1 (spring enrollees). Be advised that students who do not complete the training will have a registration hold placed on their record, which will prevent future enrollment.

Continuing Students

Continuing students, must complete the Refresher training by April 1. Be advised that students who do not complete the training will have an registration hold placed on their record, which will prevent future enrollment.

All Students

CSU, Chico is aware that the content of this training contains information, questions, and situations of a sensitive nature. Please know that there are places on and off campus where students can go to confidentially discuss concerns.

  • CSU, Chico’s WellCat Safe Place(opens in new window) Victim Advocate, whose mission is to advocate for members of the Chico State Community who have been harmed by sexual misconduct, is located at Student Services Center Room 430 and can be reached at 530-898-3030.
  • The WellCat Counseling Center(opens in new window), located in SSC 430, can be reached at 530-898-6345 is available on a walk-in basis.
  • For more information about resources on and off campus, please see the Title IX Resources page.

If you experience any problems accessing any portions of Not Anymore due to incompatibility with assistive technology or if you need the information provided in an alternative format, please contact the Accessibility Resource Center(opens in new window) (ARC) at 530-898-5959.

Have Questions?

Please see Title IX Student Training FAQ's