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Training

 

鶹ӳӰ engages in the risk reduction strategies to limit the risk of sexual misconduct for the campus community. Every incoming student, including undergraduate transfer students and international students, and new employees shall attend prevention and education training or orientation regarding sexual misconduct and the campus sexual assault policy during the first semester or term of enrollment or employment. 鶹ӳӰ facilitates an online education and prevention training program designed to promote awareness of sexual offenses and to incorporate risk reduction strategies to enable community members to take a role in preventing and interrupting incidents of sexual misconduct.


Title IX Training for All Staff and Faculty

鶹ӳӰ has contracted with Get Inclusive, Inc. to provide an online training course titled "Harassment and Discrimination Prevention & Title IX" to create awareness and enable community members to take a proactive role in preventing and interrupting incidents of sexual misconduct. This course also satisfies the mandatory annual Campus SAVE Act (2014) employee training requirement.

You will receive an email from 鶹ӳӰ Training Nest indicating you have been registered for this annual training. Follow the instructions to complete "Harassment and Discrimination Prevention & Title IX". The due date to complete this training will appear on the email.

Questions can be directed to Monica Ryan, Interim Title IX Coordinator at (409) 880-8163.


Students

If you are an incoming student, as mentioned above, completing your first semester in college, you must complete Title IX training through Get Inclusive, Inc. during your first month at LU. An email is sent to your detailing the actions you should take.

For more information about student requirements for Title IX compliance, contact  Student Conduct and Care Services at sccs@lamar.edu or call (409) 880-8458.


Title IX Personnel

Title IX personnel are required to complete training specific to their role in the College's Title IX process. 2020 updates to Title IX regulations (34 CFR Part 106.45(b)(10)) require that this training be posted on the College's website. You are authorized to view these materials but must comply with creators' copyrights.