Sexual Violence Protection Program

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Not Anymore

At Central Connecticut State University, we pride ourselves on providing an enlightening college experience, which demands a safe and healthy student environment.  To that end, all students are required to complete an online sexual violence prevention program, called “Not Anymore.” Not Anymore is an interactive program designed to provide students critical information about sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking as well as resources available both on and off campus.

Federal and state (Campus SaVE Act ; CT Public Act 14-11) mandates require colleges and universities to provide this information to all students every year.  All Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) require Not Anymore on an annual basis. 

How does it work?

Students receive email reminders to complete the program. To access Not Anymore, click here and log in using your BlueNet username and password, then follow the instructions provided.

You will be able to use the same link to re-enter the program to complete it in several sittings if you choose without having to start over.  If you run into problems taking or reentering the program, do not start over.  Contact the support team through the HELP button on the screen and we will assist you. 

You will retain access to the programs until at least the end of the school year for reference purposes.

How do you know I completed the program?

The Not Anymore system automatically tracks program completion. When you finish the program, you will be able to access a Certificate of Completion. It is recommended that you save and/or print the Certificate of Completion for your records.

Please note: The tracking system will only let us know that you completed the program. Your answers to the program questions will remain confidential.

For answers to frequently asked questions about Not Anymore, please click here.

Any questions or concerns may be addressed to Joanna Flanagan, Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention Specialist.

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