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Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAPU) is an interactive course that addresses the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking—specifically on college campuses.
The course encourages students to reflect on their personal values when it comes to relationships; uses scenarios from diverse perspectives to provide a relevant and inclusive experience; challenges harmful and demeaning language and attitudes; and provides guidance for supporting a friend who may have experienced sexual violence.
SAPU is a two-part course with a 30-day waiting period between each part. Check your ONID email for your specific due dates for each part of the course. Please note that part 2 of the course will not be accessible until after your 30-day waiting period and you must finish part 2 to receive credit for completing the course.
Oregon State University's goal is to make all OSU students aware of how sexual violence is perpetrated and perpetuated and also provide students with a common language so we, as a community, can continue the conversation of sexual violence.
All OSU students are part of our campus community, and therefore part of the change that we seek to initiate with SAPU.
Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates is one of many ways we are working to creating a healthy, safe, and welcoming environment for everyone.
Failure to complete each part of the course(s) will result in a grades hold on your student account. This type of hold does not impact your ability to register for classes. The only way to lift this hold is to complete each part of the required courses. Once you complete the part of the course, the hold will be lifted from your account within 24 hours of completion.