Not Anymore


Not Anymore is an interactive program designed to prevent sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking. These acts are unfortunately not uncommon on college campuses but are often preventable through proper and timely education and bystander intervention. The occurrence or threat of such violence can seriously impact a student’s pursuit of their education, not to mention her or his life.

Not Anymore is a requirement for all new William Paterson students.

Login Directions for Not Anymore

NEW USERS (First time accessing the Not Anymore program)

  1. Please Copy this WP Student Access Code: 1497865 (You will need it to set up your account)
  2. Enter the WP Student Access Code for NEW USERS at this link: Not Anymore Program Portal
  3. Follow the instructions provided to set up your account (you will need your student email address and student ID number)
  4. Complete the program. The program can be completed in multiple sittings. You may save your work and finish at a later time as a RETURNING USER (see below).


RETURNING USERS (If you have already started working on the program)

  1. Return to the login page: Not Anymore Program Portal
  2. Under RETURNING USERS, enter your student email and the password you created (Click “I Forgot My Password” if necessary)
  3. Click Login to continue working on the program
  4. Complete the program


Alternate Way to Access the Program

  1. Log in to WP Connect with your student email address and password
  2. Select the Studentstab
  3. Locate Campus Life and then locate and click on Not Anymore
  4. Not Anymore Program Portal will open

IMPORTANT! If you fail to complete this program before the deadline, a HOLD will be placed on your student account, preventing you from withdrawing from a course or registering for next semester.

Deadline for Completion


  • September 15


  • February 15

For ALL LOGIN and technical issues, click the TECH HELP button located in the Not Anymore program or email

For ALL OTHER Not Anymore issues or concerns contact Theresa Bivaletz at or call 973.720.2578.