Student Title IX Online Program
At TCC, we pride ourselves on providing an enlightening college experience, which demands a safe and healthy student environment.
With this goal in mind, we require that you view #NotAnymore, an online sexual violence prevention orientation program from Student Success™.
Failure to complete this training by the end of your first semester, will impact your ability to register for second semester classes.
#NotAnymore is a video-based program that will give you critical information about:
- Bystander intervention
- Sexual assault
- Dating and domestic violence
- And much more
#NotAnymore will help you better understand how vitally important these issues are and what you can do to help make our College District community safer.
How to Complete Your Title IX Training
Per Texas Senate Bill 968, you must complete this training program before or during the first term of enrollment.
If you do not earn 70% or higher on your first try, you can review the program videos and retake the post-test until you earn a score of 70% or higher.
Take the Online Training
To access #NotAnymore:
- Log into myTCC
- Select #NotAnymore from the myTCC Resources list (link will open up a Student Success™ window)
- Click on launch course
How Title IX Impacts Class Registration
All new to TCC students are required to complete the #NotAnymore video program before registering for their second semester at TCC.
This includes all new:
- Dual credit
- Early collegiate high school
If you fail to successfully complete the #NotAnymore program prior to registering for your second semester at TCC, you will be blocked from registration.
You must complete the #NotAnymore video approximately 2 hours prior to registering for your second semester to avoid registration delays. If you complete the video program after 8 p.m. and attempt to register for your second semester, you will be unable to register until the following morning at approximately 6:15 a.m.
#NotAnymore completion data is updated in our student registration system on an hourly basis every day from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Contact your designated Title IX representative directly with any questions or concerns.
Updated November 04, 2020