Respect and Responsibility

St. Cloud State University is committed to providing an open and safe campus environment in which you can explore your academic, personal, and social aspirations. It is our expectation that you will also become part of a healthy Husky community. To help meet this goal, all new and newly transferred students are required to complete the Respect and Responsibility Program.

The first part of the program is an on-line course that addresses stalking, dating violence and sexual assault called Not Anymore. Instructions for accessing the course are sent to all new students via their Huskynet account shortly before the semester begins. For more information or for assistance with this course, contact the Women’s Center at 320-308-4958.

The second part of the program is a one hour workshop called Community through Diversity. Registration information will be sent to student's Huskynet account and is also detailed below. Workshops are typically offered the first month of the semester. The workshop is offered in some Introduction to College classes and in residence halls, so check with your instructor and Hall Director concerning those options before registering for a workshop.

Please note that the Respect and Responsibility Program is required, and a registration hold may be placed if you have not completed the program by the deadline.

Registering for RESP 100: Respect and Responsibility

Go to:

  1. Enter your StarID and password and click on Login Now
  2. Select "Courses & Registration" on the Left Side
  3. By using “Find A Course”, choose the RESP 100 Respect & Responsibility Workshop you want and add it. The Respect and Responsibility program fee has been added to your first semester's bill, so there is no additional cost to register for, and attend a workshop.
  4. If you have difficulties registering, please contact Records and Registration at: or 320-308-2111.

Contact Information: Questions concerning the Respect and Responsibility Program may be directed to: