Student Life and Development

A facilitator and students at a Community Through Diversity training session

Respect and Responsibility

General Information

St. Cloud State University offers a welcoming campus environment in which students can explore their academic, personal, and social goals while engaging positively with the Husky community. In support of this aspiration, all new students are required to complete the two-part Respect and Responsibility program. 

The first part is Not Anymore, an online course that addresses stalking, dating and domestic violence, and sexual assault. Shortly before the semester begins, instructions for the course will be sent to new students via their Huskynet account (St. Cloud State University email). Student are encouraged to complete the course prior to their arrival on campus. By Minnesota State law, the course must be completed no later than 10 days into the semester.

The Women’s Center at (320) 308-5958 or womenscenter@stcloudstate.edu can provide assistance with the course. Instructions for completing Not Anymore may also be found at www.stcloudstate.edu/womenscenter

The second part is a one-time workshop, Community through Diversity. These small group workshops are offered during Huskies First Four, and the first weeks of the semester. Attendees share that it helped them understand respect; 94 percent say they would recommend it to a friend. Students register for a workshop on e-Services, as with other St. Cloud State University courses. Workshops are listed under RESP 100.

For questions regarding Community through Diversity workshops, contact respect@stcloudstate.edu or call (320) 308-3111.

Notes: The two parts can be completed in any order.

PSEO, and students taking only online courses are not required to attend the Community through Diversity workshop, but do need to complete the Not Anymore course.

Graduate students and those with a previous undergraduate degree are not required to complete the Respect and Responsibility Program.

The Respect and Responsibility Program is required. A registration hold may be placed on the account of students who do not complete the program.