Online Sexual Violence Prevention Training:
Please check your Fresno State email for information regarding required student training.
To complete the training, please go to https://csufresnostudents.ca.safecolleges.com. You will be prompted to enter your Fresno State username and password if you are not already logged in to your my.fresnostate.edu student portal.
DEADLINE TO COMPLETE TRAINING FOR FALL SEMESTER: SEPTEMBER 20, 2021. If not completed by this deadline, a hold has been placed on your account.
If you complete the training after the deadline and still have a hold on your account, we ask that you check your student account every 2-3 hours from the time you completed the online training. Please note that the system runs every couple hours, but it can take up to 24 hours to release that hold.
All students enrolled at Fresno State are required to take Title IX online training every academic year.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Below is a list of Title IX Training FAQs.
The University's primary concern is the safety of its campus community members. All California State University students are required to complete Title IX online training every academic year. It is part of a system-wide effort to ensure that all students are provided a safe learning environment.
Yes. This training is required every academic year for all students enrolled in any University courses.
Executive Order 1095 requires that each campus provide additional training for members of fraternities and sororities, as well as supplemental training focused on situations other student-leaders (including athletes and leaders in other student organizations) may encounter.
All students, including new and returning undergraduate and graduate students, are required to complete annual online training. In addition, student athletes, members of fraternities and sororities, and some other student organizations will be assigned an additional course. These courses will appear on the homescreen when you log into the training program.
Please Note: Student employees, in addition to any of the above assigned trainings, are also required to take the EDU: Eliminate Campus Sexual Violence (CSU) training in an effort to ensure appropriate responses from employees and to provide a guidance and insight into the problem of sexual misconduct.
Follow these steps to access the Title IX training:
Step 1. Go to https://csufresnostudents.ca.safecolleges.com
Step 2. You will be prompted to enter your Fresno State username and password if you are not already logged in to your my.fresnostate.edu student portal.
If you have any technical difficulties accessing the program, please contact Vector Solutions via email at email@example.com. Be sure to provide your Fresno State ID# (located on the back of your Bulldog Card), first and last name, and the best way to reach you. You should receive a response within 24 hours.
Yes, if you are currently enrolled in coursework, then you must still complete the training.
- If you need support prior to or while taking the online course, please contact our Survivor Advocate at 559.278.6796 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you have general concerns about the online training, please contact Fresno State’s Director of Title IX and Clery Compliance at 559.278.5357.
- This training is mandatory and there are no waivers. Please contact the Survivor Advocate to discuss alternate training for those who have difficulty with the content due to a previous experience of sexual misconduct.
An administrative hold will remain on your account, which can only be removed by completing the training. You will not be able to register for classes for the following semester until the hold has been released.
You can still take the training even though the deadline has passed (refer to the first question for login instructions), but the registration hold will not be lifted until you have completed the training. Please note that it may take up to 24 hours to remove the hold.
No, this training is mandatory therefore there are no waivers.
Employees are provided with a separate online training called EDU: Eliminate Campus Sexual Violence (CSU). This mandatory training is part of the CSU’s effort to ensure appropriate responses from employees and to provide guidance and insight into the problem of sexual misconduct.
Students who are also employed by Fresno State (i.e. work-study, student worker) are required to complete BOTH training programs.
Fresno State’s Information Security team has thoroughly reviewed the technical components of the program and approved the program for student use based on the strength of the security measures utilized. Additionally, Vector Solutions has provided information regarding the limited personal information you are asked to provide so Fresno State can verify your participation.