Registration for other employee trainings

Please see the pre-scheduled Title IX training site [here] to sign up for the mandatory Title IX training of all employees. 

Contact Dr. Sylvia Gray directly for information on other trainings not listed and how to register. You may also use this form to request a specific training based on the needs of your area. [CLICK HERE]

ONLINE Training

All employees (and students) receive annual online training via Vector Solutions online training platform. New employees receive a prep training during their Human Resources onboarding, a face-to-face training by the Title IX Office, and the online training with all current employees. Please contact Dr. Gray if you have missed or need to receive any of the above trainings. 

PRotection of minors training

Please click [here]

TIER TRAININGS

The Title IX office offers a tiered training that includes five levels. The first level of training (Level 1 – Beginner) is required for all faculty and staff employees. Levels 2 – 5 are optional unless otherwise specified. Some Title IX trainings can be scheduled during the lunch hour, mornings, evenings, nights, weekends, or as needed. The time of the training depends on the level and number of people in attendance. Times can range from 1 hour up to 4 hours. Contact Dr. Sylvia Gray with any questions or special requests.

INDIVIDUALS RESPONSIBLE FOR POLICY, INVESTIGATIONS, AND HEARINGS

Training is provided for all campus adjudicators; a pool of University employees responsible for hearing formal complaints under Title IX. Please [CLICK HERE TO APPLY] for a spot if you wish to serve as a member of The Volunteer Officers for Integrity, Compliance, and Equity. 

TITLE IX SUMMIT

Over the early summer, the University dedicates an entire day to engaging all employees involved in Title IX for the purposes of evaluating the University's sex discrimination response and our compliance with Title IX. Participants provided meaningful feedback and insights to assist the University in continually improving our policy and response. Notice of the summit occurs at the end of March and registration begins in April during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The summit typically occurs at the end of May into early June.