Dean of Students

Sexual Assault Prevention Program

The University of Northern Iowa strives to create a respectful, safe, and non-threatening environment for students, faculty and staff. It is important all students understand the types of behaviors that constitute sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence. Sexual Assault Prevention is an online program that teaches students about sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence, including sexual violence, harassment, stalking, and dating/domestic violence. 

How do I access and complete the Sexual Assault Prevention program?

Directions for completing the Sexual Assault Prevention program are emailed directly to students UNI email addresses. 

Students required to take the program - new, incoming first-year and transfer students, can also access the program through MyUniverse. Please look for the Sexual Assault Prevention box on My Page and click "Go to the Online Program".

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who is required to take the Sexual Assault Prevention program? 
All new, incoming first-year and transfer students are required to complete Part One of program during their first semester to avoid a course registration hold for the following term. 

2. How long will it take me to complete the program? 
Part One of the program typically takes less than an hour to complete and can be completed in multiple sessions. After you have completed Part One, you will be prompted via email to complete Part Two 35 days later. Part Two will take 10-15 minutes to complete. Students are not required to complete part two. 

3. Will I have to pay for the course? 
No. Funding for this program is supported by the university. 

4. What do I do if I need an accommodation for a disability? 
The University of Northern Iowa prohibits discrimination in educational programs on the basis of disability. If you require an accommodation in order to participate in this educational program, please call (319) 273-2332 or email to discuss your specific need.

Individuals wishing to report concerns related to sexual misconduct are encouraged to do so. Additional information regarding resources and support can be found on the University's Safety page. 

For additional information or questions regarding this online program please call (319) 273-2332 or email