Student Training

An important initiative of UCA is maintaining the safety of students by providing education and raising awareness about sexual misconduct.  As part of the UCA’s initiative and as part of its comprehensive sexual misconduct awareness and prevention programming, each student is required to take a Sexual Violence Prevention course through every year.  If you are a first-time student, UCA will place a hold on your ability to register for following semester classes if you fail to complete the Sexual Violence Prevention course.

A student should take the following steps to complete the training requirements:

  1. Log into myUCA at and search for SafeColleges,
  2. Click on the SafeColleges tile,
  3. Select the Students box,
  4. If prompted for log in, enter your UCA username and password,
  5. You will be redirected to your SafeColleges training page, and
  6. Once you are on the site, click on any course title to begin the training.

The training can be taken on any computer with access to the Internet. All online participation will be electronically tracked and recorded. You will receive reminder emails as long as the course remains incomplete.  Each course has audio. Based on your preference, you can adjust the volume to hear the slides or mute to read the slides.

If you have any questions about the online content, training process, or material, please contact the following:

  • Adam Rose, Title IX Coordinator, (501) 450-3247;
  • Kelly Owens, Dean of Students, (501) 450-3416;
  • Disability Resource Center, (501) 450-3613; or
  • SafeColleges Helpline, (800) 434-0154 (Press 1 for Customer Service).