Sexual Assault Prevention Training | Instructions and FAQ

Sexual Assault Prevention Training Instructions and FAQ

Reference this page for log-in instructions and to see frequently asked questions about the online training for Undergraduate and Graduate Students. 

Login Instructions

  1. Follow this link to the MIT Learning Center in Atlas; http://web.mit.edu/training/learning_center.html
  2. You will be prompted to log in with your MIT Kerberos ID and password. You must have created your Kerberos ID to complete this course. Find out how here;
  3. Click on the Required training: Either Sexual Assault Prevention: Undergraduates (SAP-U) OR Sexual Assault Prevention: Grad (SAP-G), on the “My Training Needs” tab
  4. Within the Sexual Assault Prevention Undergrad/Grad course description page, click the “Begin Course” button located at the bottom. 

Alternatively,

  1. Log into Atlas with your Kerberos ID;
  2. Click “Learning Center” from the menu (seen here on right);
  3. You will see either Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAP-U) course OR Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students (SAP-G) course listed under your required courses on the “My Training Needs” tab;
  4. Within the Sexual Assault Prevention Undergrad/Grad course description page, click the “Begin Course” button located at the bottom. 
  5. Follow this link to the MIT Learning Center in Atlas; http://web.mit.edu/training/learning_center.html

You can download FAQs here

Frequently Asked Questions

By when should I complete this training?

For undergraduate students, the training should be completed by July 20, 2018

For graduate students, the training should be completed by July 27, 2018

Graduate students, please note that you will be subject to a registration hold on your account if you do not complete Part 1 of this program, and you will be unable to register for Spring 2019 classes until you complete it.

Why am I required to take this training?

MIT is committed to working with all students to create a healthy and vibrant campus community. One aspect of this is to confront the important topics of sexual assault, harassment and relationship violence. As a part of this ongoing effort, we have partnered with EverFi to offer two Sexual Assault Prevention courses, each customized to meet the needs of undergraduate and graduate students respectively. It allows you to become familiar with MIT polices and resources while also providing training on critical prevention skills and strategies.

What if I have personal concerns about taking this training?

If you feel that taking this training would be difficult, please feel free to contact Bianca Kaushal at bkaushal@mit.edu to discuss other options.

What if I have already taken a version of this training at MIT?

MIT has gone through several updates to our sexual assault prevention trainings in an effort to have a comprehensive, interactive, and accessible training for all students. If you have taken “Haven” or “Haven Plus” between Fall of 2016 and now, please contact Bianca Kaushal at bkaushal@mit.edu for an exemption approval.

What if I have already taken a course like this at another school as part of my graduate degree requirements?

Students that are concurrently enrolled at another university may qualify for an exception. Contact bkaushal@mit.edu for more information. 

How long does it take to complete this training?

Sexual Assault Prevention-Undergraduates takes approximately 2 to 2.5 hours to complete. You are recommended to take it in multiple sittings. You are required to earn a grade of at least 80% in the exam portion of the training to pass the course.

Sexual Assault Prevention-Graduates Students takes approximately 1 hour to complete. You may take it in multiple sittings. 

How will MIT use the information I provide in this training?

All survey responses are confidential; the school will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see individual students' responses. Administrators will have access to student test scores, but like the surveys, will not have access to individual responses.

I have completed the training but it is not showing up in the Atlas Learning Center as such. Why isn’t it showing up?

Because EverFi is an external vendor, it takes up to 30 minutes for the Learning Center system to be notified that new trainings have been completed. If you do not see a completion notice under the course after 30 minutes, email Bianca Kaushal at bkaushal@mit.edu.

What if I have other questions?

Please contact the Title IX Education Specialist, Bianca Kaushal at bkaushal@mit.edu.