Not Anymore – FAQs

What is Not Anymore?

Not Anymore is an interactive, online course that addresses complex issues of sexual misconduct, sexual violence, stalking, abusive relationships, sexual harassment, alcohol, and safety.

Why do I need to complete Not Anymore, and is it mandatory?

Due to the importance of this issue and pursuant to mandates from the California State University Chancellor's Office and federal and state law, sexual misconduct and violence prevention and awareness education is required of all incoming and continuing students at California State University, Los Angeles.

What happens if I don’t complete the course?

Failure to complete this requirement by the November 28, 2022, deadline may result in disciplinary action from University Student Conduct.

I already took a sexual assault awareness program and/or the alcohol course program. Do I need to do this again?

Yes, all Cal State LA incoming, continuing and graduate students are required to complete the Not Anymore course.

I am taking online courses only. Do I need to complete Not Anymore?

Yes, all Cal State LA incoming, continuing and graduate students are required to take the Not Anymore course, regardless of whether they are taking courses on campus or online.

I am taking courses at PAGE only. Do I need to complete Not Anymore?

Yes, all Cal State LA PAGE (Professional and Global Education) students, whether they are taking open university, continuing education, or courses leading to baccalaureate, master's or doctoral degrees are required to take the Not Anymore course.

How long will Not Anymore take to complete?

Not Anymore training takes about 60 minutes for first-time participants and 30 minutes for refresher courses. All parts of the course module are required.

Do I have to answer the pre- and post- test questions?

Yes. They help to gauge your knowledge and understanding of the issues presented. You must pass the post-test with at least an 80%.  If you do not achieve this score on the first try, you will be prompted to retake the questions that you missed until you achieve this score.  You will be able to review the program videos before you retake the post test. 

Will Cal State LA administrators, faculty or staff have access to my responses?

No. All responses are strictly confidential.

Is there a fee?

There are no fees associated with your use of this course program.

Will this course be reflected in my transcript?

No. There is no grade associated with the online course. It will not appear on your transcript and it will not affect your GPA.

What if I am having trouble logging onto the program or completing the course?

  • If you are experiencing difficulty logging in to the MyCalStateLA Portal, please contact the ITS Help Desk at (323) 343-6170 for assistance. 

  • If you run into problems taking or reentering the course, do not start over. Contact us through the HELP button and we will assist you.

  • If you have any technical difficulties, please contact the Vector Solutions Support Team at

  • If you have general questions and/or concerns, please contact Student Conduct at

What if I am experiencing accessibility issues with the program?

We strive in policy and practice to make our online course and education materials accessible to all persons regardless of disability.  If you experience any accessibility issues with this program, please contact Vector Solutions through the HELP button or at

How will students know about this course?

All enrolled Cal State LA students have received course-taking directions via their email addresses. They will also receive reminder messages until they complete the course.

Why this course?

The CSU system signed a contract with Vector Solutions which includes access to the Not Anymore course. The CSU system offered this tool to the various campuses for them to fulfill federal guidelines as a result of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA) of 2013. This act requires universities to provide annual required sexual violence prevention and awareness programs that educate students about prohibitions, reporting procedures, the university’s response to incidents, and resources for victims and survivors.