Dear MFA Student,
Maine College of Art is a creative, caring and welcoming community of faculty, staff and students. We pride ourselves in providing an engaging and enlightening educational experience for students. We know that such an experience requires a safe and healthy student environment.
Maine College of Art will not tolerate any behavior that constitutes sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking, harassment or discrimination by members of the College community or its guests or vendors. The College believes that sexual misconduct, discrimination, and harassment threaten human dignity, undermine the integrity of the entire community, and represent a failure in ethical and professional behavior. Maine College of Art takes all claims of sexual misconduct, harassment and discrimination seriously and follows the same procedures for reporting and investigating all forms of sexual misconduct, harassment and discrimination. This policy applies to all members of Maine College of Art community including trustees, students, faculty, employees, staff, volunteers, invited guests or vendors. In addition to any consequences that may arise from a violation of the Maine College of Art’s policy against sexual misconduct, harassment and discrimination, any person who engages in any form of this conduct in violation of this policy may also be subject to civil and/or criminal liability. This conduct is prohibited by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended in 2008 and the Maine Human Rights Act.
The Title IX Coordinator for the Maine College of Art is Beth Elicker, Executive Vice President of the College. She can be reached at 699-5045 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Any complaints or concerns about sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking should be reported as soon as possible to Beth Elicker.
To educate the MECA community about these important issues, all members of the MECA community are required to view Not Anymore, an online interpersonal violence prevention program from Student Success™. This video covers topics such as Consent, Bystander Intervention, Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, Stalking, and much more. Not Anymore will help you better understand how vitally important these issues are and what you can do to help make your campus safer.
If at any time you have questions or concerns regarding the program requirements, please contact me at email@example.com.
Not Anymore Program Instructions
The online program will be available to take as of June 1, 2016. You are required to complete the program by June 17, 2016 and earn at least an 80% on the program. The program will prompt you to retake the post-test until you achieve this score. The program also will allow you to review the program videos before you retake the post-test. Failure to complete the program will result in a hold on your account.
Step 1: Log on to Not Anymore.
Step 2: Enter your access code: 156322
Step 3: You will be taken to the Not Anymore Account Setup Page. Follow the instructions provided. Remember the email and password you enter, as they will allow you to leave and re-enter the program to complete the program in several sittings if you choose without having to start over. If you run into problems taking or reentering the program, do not start over. Contact us through the HELP button and we will assist you.
You will retain access to the programs until at least May 31, 2017 for reference purposes. You also will receive follow-up contacts from Student Success™ highlighting key program information. If you have any technical difficulties with the program, please contact Student Success™ through the program HELP button or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance for your careful participation in this critical program. Through the Student Success™ programs and our other campus efforts and resources, we are becoming a nationwide model for a safer campus.
Director of Student Life
MECA student comments about Not Anymore:
“I didn’t think I would learn anything but it was a good program, very informational. I thought I would get annoyed at the length but I didn't even notice how long it took. Good length, very in-depth and personal. It felt like the actors and actresses really care about these topics.”
“I am happy that MECA is a part of this program. I do have faith in the student body of this college, but regardless of my positivity, it is important that we remove as much ignorance as possible, to prevent sexual violence as much as possible.”
“It really opened my eyes to what is out there. As a freshman in college, I have been sheltered for the better part of my life. This program helped me understand what dangers could possibly be out there and how to handle them appropriately.”