Online Training

Sexual Assault Prevention Online Training Course

Attention incoming students: The online training link will be active by Friday, May 22, 2020. You will receive an email to your JagMail, on or before that date, with instructions on how to access and complete the training. You will also be able to access it at the link below after May 22nd.

The University of South Alabama is committed to establishing and maintaining an environment where individuals are free from sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and retaliation (collectively “sexual misconduct”). The University of South Alabama is federally required to provide educational opportunities to all community members on a continual basis.

All incoming/new USA students are required to complete the online training. This is inclusive of undergraduate students, graduate students, online and distance students, students who began a new program, international students and transfer students. All USA students are required to complete the course:

*Impressions

The deadline to complete this course will be before you arrive to your assigned Orientation date.

To begin training go to https://learn.ue.org/Login2.aspx

  • Enter your login credentials.
  • Username: Your @jagmail.southalabama.edu email address
  • Password: Southalabama1!

The first time you log in, the system will prompt you to reset your temporary password and set a security question. You must use a desktop computer to complete the online training. You cannot access the training via cellphone. 

Need Help?

If you have any issues with sign-in or accessing the courses, visit the Support Portal at portalhelp.ue.org or click any Support Portal link on the site.

All other questions should be directed to usauetraining@southalabama.edu.

If you are negatively affected while completing this online training or If you are an individual who would like to report sexual violence and needs assistance, you can contact the Title IX Office at (251) 460-6452. You can also schedule an appointment to speak with a counselor in the University Counseling and Testing Services Department at (251) 460-7051. 

 

Thank you for your time and cooperation in completing this essential training program.