Student Life and Development

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 titled Not Anymore that addresses stalking, dating and domestic violence, and sexual assault. 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. Workshops are offered during Husky’s First Four (Orientation) and over the first few weeks of the semester.  You will receive emails to your Huskynet account with instructions on registering for a workshop.  The Respect and Responsibility program fee has been added to your financial account, so there is no additional cost to register for, and attend a workshop.

94.5% of past attendees have shared that they would recommend the workshop to a friend. Students commonly describe the workshop as educational, positive, fun, helpful, and useful in helping them understand respect.  Most students tell us that they learned about campus services and programs through the workshop. One student shared that the workshop helped him to “understand the diversity of SCSU and what the Husky Community is all about”.

Please note that the Respect and Responsibility Program is required, and once the deadline has passed, a registration hold may be placed on your account until you complete the program.

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