Not Anymore for Community College Students is a reality-based suite of nine modules designed specifically for community college students. Featuring peer presenters of various ages as well as select scenarios that are more age-appropriate, Not Anymore for Community College works to reduce interpersonal violence on your campus, while helping you meet VAWA requirements and Title IX education mandates. Student testimonials throughout the program foster viewer empathy to help prevent interpersonal violence.
Not Anymore for Community College provides a 30 minute experience that covers these key topics: Consent, Bystander Intervention, Verbal Defense, Dating/Domestic Violence, Sexual Harassment and Stalking. You can then eliminate, alter or add to the pre-and post-tests, as well as add your campus policies, definitions and procedures—and require students to acknowledge having read them. You can customize the program’s resources page, add your logo and campus branding, and even add a customized video introduction. No other online campus safety program offers the flexibility of Not Anymore.
At key points of Not Anymore for Community College, viewers are reminded of their pre-test answers, either confirming their knowledge or confronting their misconceptions. Their peers’ answers are also presented to leverage social norming. These interactive elements help defeat rape myths and improve learning outcomes.
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“Survivor testimonials were very powerful. Definitions and statistics very clear, helpful and interesting. Program succeeded at not being cheesy, detached from the reality of student experience, or preachy.”=
“The testimonials were as amazing as they were heartbreaking.”
“I enjoyed the modern, real twist of the video. Usually these kinds of videos are old-fashioned and boring, but I truly enjoyed watching something more human, modern and better made. It is easier to relate and listen to it. Thanks.”
“It was completely eye opening. I never realized how common sexual assault was within the general population, let alone college campuses. I feel for all the brave victims that shared their stories in this video.”