California State University San Marcos is committed to providing a safe, inclusive
learning and working environment for all students. In compliance with Executive Order
1095, all students are required to complete online sexual violence prevention training.
If you are an incoming student who is part of an academic program on a rolling admissions
schedule, and you are starting at CSUSM at a time that is NOT at the start of the
traditional fall or spring semester, you will have 30 days to complete the training.
You will receive an initial email notification from the email address firstname.lastname@example.org informing you that the training has been assigned to you. That email will list your due date. Failure to complete the program by your due date will result in a registration hold for the following semester.
Complete the mandatory student training program assigned to you. You will be able to login to re-enter the training and complete it in several sittings, without starting over. If you run into technical problems, do not start over. Use the HELP button located in the upper right corner within the training program.
A component of the program is a short post-test in which you must earn at least a score of 80%. If you score less than that you will be prompted to retake the test until you achieve the minimum score. The program also will allow you to review the program videos before you retake the post-test.
You will receive follow-up contacts from Student Success™ highlighting key program information.
If you have any technical difficulties accessing the program, please contact Student Success via email at email@example.com or by accessing the HELP button located in the upper right corner within the training program. For expeditious processing, please provide your student ID#, first/last name, and best way to reach you.
If you have general questions or concerns regarding the training program requirements, please contact California State University San Marcos, Title IX Office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Title IX Office at (760) 750-6020. For expeditious processing, please provide your student ID#, first/last name, and best way to reach you.
The content of this online training contains some sensitive material involving sexual violence prevention. If you feel that this training will be triggering or traumatizing for you to complete due to experiences with this issue, please contact CSUSM's Sexual Violence Advocate and Educator, Christa Wencl at email@example.com or (760) 750-4915 (Extension #7) to discuss alternatives.
For more information regarding campus resources available to you visit Student Health and Counseling Services.
For more information regarding Title IX and campus resources, please see the Title IX, Reporting Options, and University Policies and Procedure.
Thank you in advance for your participation and support to end sexual violence at California State University San Marcos.
The following on and off campus locations are CONFIDENTIAL and will not trigger a report to CSUSM’s Title IX Coordinator:
Address: Student Health & Counseling Services,
Phone: (760) 750-4915
Hours: Monday - Friday
Closed from 12-1 pm for Lunch
Closed during campus closure days
Address: 210 S. Juniper St., Suite 101, Escondido, CA 92025
Phone: (760) 747-6282
24 hour hotline: (888) 385-4657 (Bilingual)
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM, but advocates are available 24/7 by calling the crisis line.
Reporting an incident to CSUSM’s Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinator may result in additional university action to ensure the safety of the campus community and confidentially cannot be guaranteed.
CSUSM Title IX Coordinator:
Dr. Bridget Blanshan,
Associate Vice President
Office: Craven 3200
Phone: (760) 750-6020
Hours: Monday - Friday 8am-5pm
Closed during campus closure days.