Online Training for Students

The University of St Thomas is committed to promoting and protecting the personal dignity and well-being of every member of our community. To that end, we are requiring that all students view Not Anymore, an online interpersonal violence prevention and awareness program. Incoming graduate and undergraduate students are required to complete the course. Any currently enrolled student who has not completed the training will receive a course registration hold placed on their account, preventing registration for future courses.

This video-based program will provide critical information about how to support someone who’s experienced sexual assault, dating violence or stalking, as well as ways you can intervene in high-risk situations to help keep people safe. These videos will also cover the University of St. Thomas policies prohibiting sexual misconduct and resources students can access should they encounter such a situation. We hope you will find this information useful and that it can serve as a starting point for discussions on interpersonal violence and misconduct with your classmates, friends or loved ones.     

FAQs about training:

All University of St. Thomas students registered for at least one class are required to complete the training.

  • The training will become available to all students through their Murphy Online Account, once they become officially enrolled at St. Thomas.
  • Once logged into Murphy Online, click on the "Student Services" tab, then the "Sexual Misconduct Required Training" link

If you’ve forgotten your Murphy Online password, click here
If you cannot access your Murphy Online account contact ITS, click here

For undergraduate students beginning courses in the spring semester of 2021 the due date for completion is Wednesday, February 10, 2021. For any incoming undergraduate students taking courses at St. Thomas during summer 2021, students must complete the training before their classes begin. 

For graduate students beginning courses in the spring, summer, or fall semester of 2021, the due date for completion is 10 business days after your program start date.  

All current students who did not complete the requirement by the original deadline will have a course registration hold placed on their account until the program is complete.  

A registration hold will be placed on students' accounts who have not completed the program. Holds will be placed in early October 2020 and will prevent students from registering for Spring 2021 classes. 

The undergraduate program will take approximately 60-90 minutes to complete, including the pre- and post-test evaluation.  Undergraduate students will need to achieve a score of 85% to complete the training. 

The graduate program will take approximately 45-60 minutes to complete, including the pre- and post-test evaluation.  Graduate students will need to achieve a score of 90% to complete the training. 

Yes.  You will be able to use the same link through Murphy Online to re-enter the program to complete it in several sittings without having to start over.  We encourage students to complete the program in 2 or 3 sittings, rather than all at once. The program will automatically save your progress each time you complete a video module and when you click on the "resources tab."  To save your progress in the middle of video module, be sure to click "logout" before leaving the program. 

Yes.  All the answers to your pre- and post-test questions are completely confidential and not connected to your name or St. Thomas ID. 

Please wait 4 hours for your Murphy Online account to update with this information. 

The University of St. Thomas is committed to an educational environment that is free from sexual misconduct as well as promoting and protecting the personal dignity and well-being of every member of our community.  This training will provide our students with the resources on how to prevent and respond to sexual misconduct.  In addition, both federal and state law require colleges and universities to provide students with education on how to prevent sexual misconduct and information on policies and resources specific to each campus.

No, you only have to complete this training once during your current program. Graduate students who completed the undergraduate program at St. Thomas DO have to complete the graduate student version. 

This training will include resources and policies specific to the University of St. Thomas, therefore we are requiring all students to take the training regardless of their previous training at a different institution. 

While much of this content may not appear to be directly applicable to your experience as a student taking courses only online, we recognize that domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault and other forms of power-based personal violence can happen to anyone, both on and off our campus. We want our students to have the resources they need should they ever encounter such a situation. In addition, both federal and state law require colleges and universities to provide students with this information, regardless if they’re enrolled in an online or in person course.   

Yes. The graduate program contains different and new information from the undergraduate version, such as more information on sexual harassment. In addition, this training provides important definitions and information from the sexual misconduct policy. The sexual misconduct policy is updated every few years and has likely changed since you completed the undergraduate version as an incoming student. 

If you have completed the staff/faculty sexual misconduct training within the past 3 years, you do not need to complete the student version. Staff and faculty should be automatically exempted from the student training. If you are receiving reminder emails about completing the student version please contact Emily Erickson, Sexual Misconduct Program Director at

Yes. We understand that for a number of reasons students may have difficulties completing the training due to its content.  While the training itself provides some remedies for this- such as allowing users to block video and sound during victim/survivor testimonies- we acknowledge this may not be sufficient for all students. Students can request an alternative training.  This training will cover University policies, reporting options and support resources and does not require you to disclose any personal information including whether or not you have experienced sexual misconduct or violence.

If you would like to request an exemption please contact the Sexual Misconduct Program Director, Emily Erickson at