Sexual Assault Prevention Training for Graduates and Professionals 

All new graduate, and professional students (including medical residents and graduate assistants) are required to complete the Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students training module. A hold that prevents all registration activity will be placed on the accounts of any students enrolled in their first semester at the University who do not complete their training prior to the end of the semester and the hold will remain until completion of the coursework. All returning students are provided training materials and encouraged to review those materials each academic year.

Additional campus-specific resources can be located at:




Accessing the Course:

  1. Open your web browser (preferably Google Chrome) and go to:

  2. Select your university location, if prompted

  3. Enter your university net id and password 

  4. Click the “Login” button

  5. Select the green “Start” button on the Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students course icon to begin your coursework

Please Note: Trainees will receive an email from "The University of Illinois System" when they are able to access their coursework for completion. The training cannot be completed until this invitation, which is sent to official university email accounts, has been sent.

Getting Help:

Each University has computer labs available for course completion if students do not have ready access to a computer. Please see your respective campus link below for hours and locations:


Once students have logged into the course, technical support may be obtained by selecting the Help option in the upper right section of the course header.


For questions related to content and topics related to the training, please contact your respective Title IX Coordinator.


Statutory References: