Consent and Relationships: Required Modules

As part of the university’s ongoing commitment to create a culture of consent and support upstanding behaviors on our campuses, the sexual assault prevention education for undergraduates have been expanded.

FIRST-YEAR REQUIREMENT: “CHRSH 01 Trojans Respect Consent”

The university requires new USC undergraduates to complete “Trojans Respect Consent,” a 90-minute workshop to improve users’ knowledge of consent and navigating intimate encounters between partners. This workshop is required for the following undergraduates:

  • new incoming first-year students (fall freshmen and spring admits)
  • transfer students in this first semester at USC
  • The deadline to complete this is Dec. 3, 2021. 

SECOND-YEAR REQUIREMENT: “CHRSH 02 Healthy Relationships”

The university expanded the curriculum with a required workshop for “Healthy Relationships,” a required follow-up workshop that explores power dynamics and mutually supportive roles in an intimate partner relationship. This workshop is required for the following undergraduates:

  • Second-year returning students;
  • As these are sequential workshops, these students should have already completed “Trojans Respect Consent”;
  • Note: Students in this cohort group should have already received notification to sign up for early semester workshops.
  • The deadline to complete this training is April 29, 2022.


1. Go to and select “Groups/Workshops.”
2. Select either “CHRSH 01 Trojans Respect Consent” (for first-year students) or “CHRSH 02 Healthy Relationships” (for second-year students)


  • You will receive an automated “appointment reminder” from USC Student Health with the name of the workshop facilitator as the provider.
  • You will receive the Zoom link at 12am (PST) the day of your workshop.

Completion/incompletion of both required workshops will be automatically noted in your records.

If you have any questions about completing these requirements, please contact with the subject line “Consent/Relationship Workshops.”

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