Our Mission

We’re shifting campus culture to one of mutual accountability and respect by empowering students to make decisions that contribute to a successful college experience.

Not Anymore by Safe Colleges provides the curricular foundation to educate students about drugs, alcohol, and sexual violence. The goal is to enable stimulating, honest conversations around campus that lead to action, changes in behavior, and a safer atmosphere for all.

We understand that we cannot eliminate alcohol from campus. We can, however, provide students with the tools to engage with alcohol in a safer, more intentional manner. Not Anymore encourages students at USF and around the country to live with purpose and mindfulness, so they succeed in the classroom and in their day-to-day lives.

About the Course

New and incoming undergraduate first-year and transfer students will be required to take the Not Anymore for undergraduates course which is composed of two modules, Alcohol and Other Drugs, and Sexual Violence Prevention.  

The Alcohol and Other Drugs module is a reality-driven online course designed to educate students on the risks of the misuse and abuse of alcohol and other drugs, and to teach successful strategies for handling dangerous situations related to these substances. The Sexual Violence Prevention module unpacks and sheds light on the realities and misconceptions of issues such as sexual assault, relationship violence, and rape.  

New and incoming graduate students will be required to take Not Anymore for graduate students. The course is carefully tailored to the unique needs of graduate students. It is a reality-driven course designed to educate students about consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, as well as the realities of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and more.

New and incoming non-traditional students will be required to take Not Anymore for non-traditional students. The course is carefully tailored to the unique needs of non-traditional students. It is a reality-driven course designed to educate students about consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, as well as the realities of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and more.

Students who fail to complete their course by the deadline will be charged a $100 late fine.