Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students
All incoming graduate students at Loyola are encouraged to take Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students (SAPG). Students will receive registration information to their luc.edu email in August.
Q. What is Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students (SAPG)?
Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students is an online educational program for graduate students that provides tailored sexual assault prevention training. This course also introduces students to national and campus wide policies and resources for sexual and interpersonal violence. This course is offered by Everfi, whose mission is to help students address critical life skills such as alcohol abuse prevention and sexual assault prevention.
Q: Why is it important for me to take Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students?
At Loyola University Chicago, the safety and well-being of our students is our top priority. The information provided in this program is valuable to incoming students, and helps build a more prepared and informed community. Federal law also requires all universities to educate their students on alcohol, other drugs, and gender-based violence.
Q: How long will it take me to complete the course?
The course will only take around 45 minutes to complete.
Q: Where can I get help if I have technical issues completing the course?
If you are having issues completing the course, please use the help button located in the SAPG course. if you have general questions about SAPG, email the Loyola Wellness Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.