As part of our comprehensive prevention program for our students, Spartanburg Methodist College has partnered with Student Success and Vector Marketing to bring sexual assault education and prevention and alcohol and drug education to our students throughout their time at SMC.
Student Success holds the following beliefs and values that guide their programming:
- We believe students need to better understand interpersonal violence issues.
- We believe students should be motivated to make a difference in the lives of others.
- We believe peer testimonials have the power to foster empathy in viewers to help prevent interpersonal violence.
- We believe students need to understand what makes a relationship healthy or unhealthy.
- We believe when students care enough, they’ll safely intervene in potentially dangerous situations.
- We believe when students know enough, they’ll respond positively to survivors, and won’t blame victims.
- We believe online training must engage students’ hearts as well as their minds.
- We believe students will come to understand these aren’t just women’s issues, and that they affect us all.
Spartanburg Methodist College requires each member of the first-year class to complete two courses, Not Anymore and Not Anymore for Alcohol and Other Drugs. These online courses will empower students to make well-informed decisions about issues that affect their college years and beyond. Each year, returning students must complete a refresher course to remind them of the importance of topics like bystander intervention, Title IX, and how to be a partner with their fellow students, faculty, and staff in sexual assault prevention.
Not Anymore is a suite of interactive online sexual assault prevention programs that features numerous true student testimonials to foster genuine empathy in viewers. Designed to prevent sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking, Not Anymore helps the institution meet Title IX requirements.
Not Anymore for Alcohol & Other Drugs is a 30-minute, reality-driven suite of interactive, online videos and tests designed to educate students on the risks of the abuse of alcohol and other drugs, and to teach successful strategies for handling dangerous situations related to these substances. Student testimonials throughout the program foster viewer empathy on these issues to help reduce the abuse of alcohol and other drugs.
New students in both the Fall and Spring semesters will complete Not Anymore as part of their SMC 101 course. Returning students must complete the refresher course in their first semester of each academic year or as part of the SMC 201 class. Students who do not complete the course will not be eligible to register for classes for the following semester until the requirements are met.
Students can use their own computers, their phones, or computers in the library or computer labs to complete the programs. We suggest using the Google Chrome browser to complete the program.You must use a computer with an internet connection and audio.
For log in information, contact your SMC 101 or SMC 201 syllabus or Kim Caton in the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development. For all other questions, contact Kim Caton at email@example.com or (864) 587-4006.