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Sexual Assault Prevention Program


At UCM, we believe all students should have the opportunity to learn in a safe and civil environment, free from sexual and interpersonal violence. Therefore, all new students (first year, graduate, and transfer) are required to complete our online Sexual Assault Prevention program at the beginning of their college career at UCM.

This program will take approximately 45 minutes to complete.

This course is provided through a company called Everfi, so emails you receive will come from "University of Central Missouri <>".


Start Dates and Due Dates

If you're starting at UCM in Fall or Summer 2020

  • Late August/early September 2020: Program available to complete.
  • 30 days after course is assigned: Part 1 of the program must be complete.
  • 45 days after Part 1 is complete: Complete Part 2. You will get an email reminder at your UCM student email address.

You must complete Part 1 before enrolling for Spring 2021 classes.


If you're starting at UCM in Spring 2021

  • January 1: Program available to complete.
  • January 30: Part 1 of the program must be complete.
  • 45 days after you complete Part 1: Complete Part 2. You will get an email reminder at your UCM email address.

You must complete Part 1 before enrolling for Summer or Fall 2021 classes.

Accessing the Course

Please note:  you cannot login to Sexual Assault Prevention until you are enrolled in courses at UCM.

If you're starting at UCM in Fall or Summer 2020

  • Watch for an email from "University of Central Missouri <" in your UCM student account.
  • Follow the instructions in the email to login and complete the program.

If you're starting at UCM in Spring 2021

  • Instructions will be provided later in the Fall 2020 semester.

Basic computer requirements:

  • A computer with internet access and audio capabilities.
  • If you do not have access to a computer at home you may use a campus computer, or one at your local library.

Technical Assistance

Trouble logging in

If you are unable to log into MyCentral, or if you do not know your 700 number or password, please contact the UCM Technology Support Center at or 660-543-4357.

Trouble after you've logged in

If you've begun taking the Sexual Assault Prevention program and receive error messages or have trouble progressing through the course, contact Everfi (the company that provides the training) using one of these options:

  1. Click the Tools option in the top right corner of the course then click Help; this will take you to Everfi's 24/7 technical support website.
  2. Call 866-384-9062 to talk to a live person from Everfi, 6 AM to 7 PM Monday-Friday.

Other assistance

If you've tried the other options and still need help, contact the Health Promotion office at Please include your name, 700# and a description of the issue.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is UCM requiring students to take this Sexual Assault Prevention program?

The program helps students understand healthy and unhealthy relationships and resources available for those who may experience sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking.

The 2013 federal Campus Sexual Violence Act (SaVE Act) now requires all new students to complete a sexual and interpersonal violence prevention education; this program fulfills this requirement.

Do I have to be 18 to take this program?

No, the minimum age requirement to take this course is 17 years old.

Do I still have to complete this program if I took it (or another course) at another university?

Yes, the course has UCM specific information and we don't have access to other schools' records.

I attended UCM as an undergraduate and took Haven then. Why do I have to take this program again as a graduate student?

This program is updated each year with new content, and the program for graduate students includes content about scenarios specific to graduate school. We want to be sure all new students have the most recent and accurate information. 

But I am single and do not date, so why do I have to take this course?

Even students who are not in an intimate relationship need to recognize healthy and unhealthy relationships in others and know how to safely intervene if they observe problematic behavior. Whether you plan to be in a relationship or not, this information will help you navigate future school and work environments.

How will I know when I am done with the course?

To fulfill UCM's requirement you must complete Part 1 and the Exam. However, to complete the entire program, students should also finish Part 2.

How long will it take to complete this program?

The answer to this question depends on the speed of your internet service and how much you choose to interact with the activities provided. Using high speed internet, most students complete Part 1 of the program in about 45 minutes. Remember that you may log in and out of the course. Part 2 of the course, which you complete 45 days after you finished Part 1, only takes about 15-20 minutes.

Will this be confidential? Will anyone be able to see my answers?

Yes it is confidential, and no, your name will not be linked with your answers. The UCM staff who implement the program will know if you have completed the course and your final exam score, but not your individual responses or answers to questions. Your name and responses are separated and kept in separate data storage facilities. This program has been designed to protect your privacy.

What do I do if I’m having trouble watching the videos?

Ensure that you are using the most recent version of a supported browser:

  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Google Chrome

Additional Troubleshooting:

  • Switch to Audio only mode.
  • Close all other applications and tabs, e.g.: iTunes, Facebook, YouTube, etc. Additionally, do not have any CDs or DVDs playing on the computer while viewing the course.
  • Delete your browser history and cookies.
  • Reboot the computer.
  • Switch to another supported browser.
  • Disable all popup blockers and third party toolbars.
  • If on a wireless connection, try a wired connection.
  • Try accessing the course from a different connection (computer lab, library, etc.).
  • Try accessing the course at a different time of day (e.g.: during non-peak internet usage hours, like morning).


Suzy Latare
Manager of Outreach, Access and Community Health
Campus Community Health, University Health Center
Tel: (660) 543-8947


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