New Title IX Test Cold Keep Students from Registering

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'Cal State LA students must get a “B” or better on a sexual harassment and sexual violence test, if they hope to register for classes in the Spring 2020 semester.

In previous years, Cal State LA partnered with Campus Clarity for the required course material called “Think About It.” This past summer, however, the Cal State University system made the decision to partner with Vector Solutions and introduce the new module, “Not Anymore.”

“Not Anymore,” just like “Campus Clarity,” is a course designed to help students understand federal laws – including Title IX, legislation that prohibits sex or gender-based discrimination, including sexual harassment. The course is mandatory for all students in compliance with the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013.

The UT asked the campus Title IX Officer, Aundreia Cameron, why the course is important. In an email, Cameron said, “I am not available to answer questions regarding the “Not Anymore” course requirement.”'

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