Student Affairs

Welcome to Duke!  
As the Vice President for Student Affairs, you will be hearing from me throughout the year regarding a variety of issues, including campus safety. One issue related to this is sexual misconduct. Duke’s Student Sexual Misconduct Policy prohibits sexual misconduct — sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking — committed by students. The Harassment Policy and Procedures prohibits sexual misconduct by faculty and staff.  
 
To help you understand the nature of sexual misconduct and how to report it, we require all new graduate and professional students to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate and Professional Students, an online, science-based course used on over 500 campuses nationwide that will provide information to help you identify, react, and respond to sexual misconduct, including sexual assault and relationship violence. Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students will also help you learn about healthy relationships, the importance of consent and being a good communicator, and the many ways you can help create the safe, positive campus you want to be a part of.   

Students will complete the majority of this course before arriving on campus. Approximately 45 days after passing Part One of the course exam, students are required to complete the brief final chapter and follow-up survey.
 
Please note all survey responses are strictly confidential. The school will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see individual students answers. You can feel confident that providing truthful answers–no matter what they are–will not put you at any risk for repercussions.   
 
For Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate and Professional Students, two sections need to be completed to fulfill the requirement. Part One of the course takes roughly 1 hour to complete.   
  • This section includes:
    • Pre-test
    • Modules 1-6
    • Post Test
Post Survey occurs 45 days after you complete the Post Test.   

You will receive an email asking you to complete the modules. Due dates for students to complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students®:   

  • **Deadline to complete PART One – August 13, 2018 **
  • **Deadline to complete PART Two – October 26, 2018**   
It is required that each student complete Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students ® by October 26, 2018. The module is considered complete after the FINAL EXAM is finished. You must earn a score of 85 or higher to pass.   
 
Log-in Instructions:   
Part One – Follow the URL: https://shib.everfi.net/login/default.aspx?id=dukesapgYou will be asked to provide your Duke username and password in order to register for the module. Once you have registered, you may complete Part One of the module. Please note that the module will take approximately one hour to complete so plan your time accordingly.   
 
Part Two – If you haven’t already, bookmark the Women’s Center website as a source of gender violence prevention information throughout the year. Then, go to: https://shib.everfi.net/login/default.aspx?id=dukesapgLog in as a Returning User and enter your Duke e-mail address and password you used when you first logged into the course.   
 
If You Need Technical Support   
Should you experience any difficulties or require support, the Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students Online Technical Support Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can simply click on the “Help” button located in the upper right-hand corner of every Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students screen. You do not need to be logged into the course to access the Help Site. You may also call Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students Help Desk at 1-866-384-9062 and a support representative will be happy to assist you.   
 
If You Need Any Other Form of Support   
Should you have questions regarding deadlines in completing the course, questions about content, or are in need of emotional support after sitting through the course, please contact someone at the Women’s Center at womenctr@duke.edu.   
 
We look forward to seeing you on campus. Thank you, and enjoy the course!    
 
Larry Moneta
Vice President for Student Affairs

Things to Know About “Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate and Professional Students” training (formally known as Haven Plus):

 The training module will be sent to ALL INCOMING graduate and professional students.

  • The link to the training will go live on Monday, July 16th.
  • The training module is only for new, incoming graduate and professional students.
  • If you would like to view a demo of this training please contact Krystal George

If You Need Technical Support?

Should you experience any difficulties or require support, the Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students Online Technical Support Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can simply click on the “Help” button located in the upper right-hand corner of every Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students screen. You do not need to be logged into the course to access the Help Site. 

You may also call Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students Help Desk at 1-866-384-9062 and a support representative will be happy to assist you.

If You Need Any Other Form of Support
Should you have questions regarding deadlines in completing the course, questions about content, or are in need of emotional support after sitting through the course please contact someone at the Women’s Center at
womenctr@duke.edu.