Center for Transformational Wellness

Voices for Change - Consent


This training is designed to help create a safe environment for everyone on campus. It includes a variety of interactive and realistic scenarios designed to reduce risky behavior and prevent interpersonal violence.

The course takes about 30 minutes to complete. Users can work at their own pace from a computer on or off campus. Users can leave and return to the course at any time.

All responses through the online system are anonymous. We receive confirmation of completion for individual users, but any survey responses are reported in aggregate.

If you have experienced interpersonal violence and feel that taking this course may be challenging for you, please complete the Opt Out form or contact the Center for Transformational Wellness by calling 253-333-6015 or by email at

There have recently been updates to GRC policy and federal regulations. Even if you completed the EVERFI training previously used by the college, we ask that you complete this training to have the most up to date information.

We hope that all students will decided to complete this important training, however there are not any consequeses for students that choose to not complete the training. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is there an exemption for survivors of interpersonal violence?
    We recognize that there are many survivors of interpersonal violence here at Green River. There are students that have experienced violence in the past, as well as students that are currently experiencing interpersonal violence. If you feel this training would be unacceptably upsetting for you for you due to your personal experience of violence click here to fill out a form that will discontinue any future notifications from Get Inclusive. Any personally identifying information will be kept private. If you would like to access support on campus you can access the Center for Transformational Wellness at any time.

  • Why was I sent this course?
    Legislative action and federal mandates require all institutions of higher education to provide services, training, and response to sexual violence on campus. Federal mandates such as Title IX, Campus Save Act and the Jeanne Clery Act serve as mandated legislation improving safety on college campuses across the country. Under the requirements of the legislation, colleges must educate all students, faculty and staff annually on the prevention of rape, acquaintance rape, domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and stalking.

    Green River along with all of the other campuses within the Washington community and technical college system, are utilizing Get Inclusive as one tool to meet federal mandates as well as acknowledge the ethical responsibility to create a safe and equitable learning environment for all students.

    The following are links providing additional information regarding the federal mandates.

    Clery Center
    Not Alone - Together Against Sexual Assault
    United States Department of Justice - Title IX
    Campus SaVE Act Frequently Asked Questions

  • I’ve done training like this before, do I really have to do it again?
    For many of our students that have professional work experience, are former services members, or went to a high school that taught about interpersonal violence, it may seem like this course will be a repeat of information you already know. However this training will discuss unique situations for people on a college campus, and has content that is specific to Green River College students. So even if you have been through a course like this before, it’s still important to know the rules and resources that apply at GRC.

  • How do I access the course?
  1. In a web browser navigate to the Get Inclusive Login site: Get Inclusive Login Site Link
  2. Click on the "GRC Student Logon button on the right side of the page.
  3. Use your GRC user and password to logon
  4. All open trainings will be in your dashboard, to access previously completed trainings click on "Completed" in the top left corner of the screen.
  • Was there research that went into creating the content?
    Below are the academic articles, books, and other sources that were used to create this material.

Sources and Citations

Alan Berkowitz, “Fostering Health Norms to Prevent Violence and Abuse: The Social Norms Approach,” in The Prevention of Sexual Violence: A Practitioner’s Sourcebook, ed. Keith Kaufman (Holyoke, MA: NEARI Press, 2010).
Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center, “Sexual Assault and TBLG Survivors,” University of Michigan, 2018.
Wendie Abramson, “Supporting Sexual Assault Survivors with Disabilities” (PDF, Sacramento, CA, 2010), 5-11.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center, “Male Survivors of Sexual Assault,” University of Michigan, 2018, Male Survivors of Sexual Assault.
Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program, "Students of Color," University of New Hampshire, 2018.