Thousands have yet to complete Haven training

About 15,700 students have completed the Haven Sexual Assault online training module as of 5 p.m. Thursday. That means thousands of others will likely have registration holds on their accounts for failing to meet the Friday deadline.

The university sent out warnings to student emails about completing the mandatory training module aimed at improving campus sexual assault awareness. But several students who procrastinated on completing the module will be restricted from registering for next semester’s classes — as well as summer session and inter session courses — when the registration period opens the week of April 20.

The course module is split into two parts that take approximately 45 minutes to an hour to complete, though the second part of the module can only be accessed 24 hours after the first part’s completion.

Incoming freshman and transfer students are also required to complete the training, said Dr. Frank Lamas, vice president of student affairs.

Ten students were awarded priority registration as part of a raffle among students who’d completed the training early.

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