ACTION REQUIRED: Voices for Change Training
July 29, 2022 5:02 AM

Welcome! We are thrilled that you are part of the University of Illinois family!

At the University, sexual misconduct is not tolerated, and prevention efforts are ongoing and tremendously important. Hence, all new and continuing students are provided with annual training. We ask that you complete this training before you begin classes in August, to support your informed awareness and well-being in our campus community.

Please be aware that any new students who do not complete the training will have a hold that prevents all registration activity placed on their student account for the upcoming semester until the coursework is complete.

The course, Voices for Change, is the premier online program addressing the critical issues of sexual misconduct and creating an inclusive environment. With a focus on self-reflection and content application, is designed to help build academic communities of engaged bystanders who can identify harmful situations, and have the motivation and skills needed to intervene.

Accessing the Course:

Starting today until classes begin, students are able to self-register and complete the coursework. To do so, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Open your web browser and go to
  2. Enter your university net id and password
  3. Click the Sign In/Login button
  4. Authenticate using the 2FA (call, text, or passcode)
  5. On your dashboard, select the blue "Add modules" button below the "Your Courses" header
  6. Confirm your Voices for Change training is being assigned from the correct campus location, as per the pop-up box. If this information is correct, select the green "Add" button
  7. Voices for Change Comprehensive icon will appear on your screen. Select the blue "Start" button to begin your course
  8. Follow the on-screen prompts (some pages may require scrolling depending on screen size and resolution) to complete your course
  9. Once all coursework is complete, you will have the option to "Download Certificate" from the dashboard

Technical Difficulties?

  • 24/7 support is available to users through the “Help” function inside the course.

Course Content Questions?

  • Questions related to the course content should be directed to:

Illinois Title IX Coordinator
Phone: (217) 333-3333
Sexual Assault Prevention Annual Training FAQs

Additional Support?

  • Students who experience a triggering event from this email communication or while completing the material, please contact the Title IX Coordinator as listed above.

Other Resources?

  • For additional, Illinois-specific information on tools, rights, options, and resources, please visit the Illinois We Care website at

Best wishes for a safe and successful fall semester.


Dr. Danita M. Brown Young
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

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Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

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