Prevention Education Requirements

USC is dedicated to creating a campus culture driven by student well-being and setting you up for greater success both as a student and as a member of the Trojan Family.

This is supported by a learning environment that fosters safe and healthy relationships among our students in online and on-campus settings. Safe and healthy relationships are created when we develop personal skills related to complex aspects of student life. For both graduate and undergraduate students at USC, one of the ways we do this is to require the completion of prevention education through the following online self-paced modules: AlcoholEdu for College, Sexual Assault Prevention, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion; Staying Safe; and the live sessions, Consent and Healthy Relationships (CHR) Part 1, 2, & 3 (in-person on Zoom) workshop for incoming students.

Continuing graduate and undergraduate students are required to complete annual Sexual Assault Prevention training, and undergraduates must complete additional live sessions on consent and healthy relationships during their time at USC.

USC also offers an online module called Mental Well-being for Students that we encourage all students to take and become familiar with as a way to manage stress, anxiety, and other common experiences in academic life.

Below are the prevention education offerings and deadlines for incoming and continuing students in Fall 2022. All prevention education requirements are also listed here:

Incoming Undergraduate Students

Continuing Undergraduate Students

Incoming Graduate Students

*Incoming students enrolled in an online graduate degree program are not required to complete the Staying Safe education course.

Continuing Graduate Students

Access to the online self-paced modules are available in MyUSC through TrojanLearn. Your completion of all prevention education requirements creates a common knowledge and shared expectation for our campus communities.

Noncompliance with these requirements will result in a registration hold for the following semester and/or the ability to add classes for the current semester.

For technical questions, please review the “FAQs for Tech Support” page or contact TrojanLearn at 213-821-8100 or

For non-technical, policy questions about the Sexual Assault Prevention modules (SAPU, SAPG, SAPO), contact the Office for Equity, Equal Opportunity, and Title IX at 213-740-5086 or

For non-technical, policy questions about the Consent and Healthy Relationships (CHR) Part 1, 2, & 3 prevention education modules, contact USC Student Health at 213-740-9355 or

For non-technical, policy questions about the AlcoholEdu, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, or Staying Safe trainings, contact USC Student Affairs at 213-740-2421 or

All of these prevention education modules (PEMs) are learning opportunities designed to help you with:

  • Supporting your peers and yourself when faced with tough situations
  • Reflecting on your knowledge, attitudes, and experiences related to these issues
  • Developing critical skills to make thoughtful choices inside and outside the classroom

Recommended Education & Workshops

USC Student Health also offers several voluntary prevention education trainings and workshops for students. We encourage students to consider the following modules and workshops:

  • Mental Well-being for Students: This self-paced module is highly recommended for all USC students. Become familiar with ways to manage stress, anxiety, and other common experiences in academic life. Log in through TrojanLearn.
  • Opioid Education: Any student audiences interested in information on opioid prevalence and overdose prevention (through the emergency reversal drug, naloxone, brand name Narcan) in the U.S., can contact

Thank you for your support in maintaining a safe, healthy, and supportive community for USC as we live, work, and learn all over the world.

Updated 8-8-2022.