MiraCosta College requires all students (regardless of whether you are a full or part-time, credit or noncredit student) to complete this training on an annual basis to promote a healthier and safer campus community.
MiraCosta is also required under federal law (specifically, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act, also known as the “Campus SaVE Act”) to administer training on sexual misconduct and relationship violence to all students on an annual basis.
If you previously completed the training, you will complete refresher training which builds upon the initial training the following year.
If you experience technical difficulties using the link emailed to you from MiraCosta College or in your Student Center “To Do List,” please contact the Student Help Desk by email at email@example.com or by phone at 760.795.6655 or 888.201.8480 x6655.
If you experience technical difficulties while taking the Get Inclusive training module, you can click the ? at the bottom right corner of the training module. You can also email the Get Inclusive team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to identify yourself as a MiraCosta student, provide your first and last name, and the best way to contact you. You should receive a response within 24 hours.
MiraCosta College will send you an email at the email address on file with a personalized link for you to click on to access the training. The training can be completed on any electronic device (phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer).
Additionally, the training has been added as a “To Do List” item in your Student Center on SURF. To access the training:
- Login to SURF.
- Go to the “Main Menu” tab at the top.
- Click on “Self Service.”
- Click on “Student Center.”
- Click the training link in your “To Do List.”
- Click on the link to access the Campus SaVE Act: Student Upstanders training module.
MiraCosta College understands that the content in this training may be triggering to some members of our campus community. If you are concerned that the training will be triggering based on a personal experience, you have two options to complete the training.
The first option is to contact Health Services to set up a confidential appointment with a counselor. The counselor will review the training content, provide additional support, and discuss alternatives to completing the Get Inclusive training. It is advised that you contact Health Services as soon as possible in order to complete the training requirement by the deadline. You may also contact the District’s Title IX Coordinator, Hayley Schwartzkopf. Please note, you are not required to share any details about your personal experience in order to complete the training.
- Health Services, Oceanside Campus: 760.795.6675
- Health Services, San Elijo Campus: 760.944.4449 x7747
- Hayley Schwartzkopf, Title IX Coordinator: 760.795.6672 or email@example.com