Title IX Compliance

Training & Prevention

Title IX: Sex and Gender Based Discrimination Prevention Training

Title IX Student Training

FOR STUDENTS - Access via UAonline

Title IX: Sex and Gender Based Discrimination Prevention training is one of a number of preventative strategies UA employs to educate students about healthy relationships and to empower students to take action to protect their peers from sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking and domestic and intimate partner violence. For 2017 the university has contracted with EverFi’s Haven or HavenPlus to provide this training. Haven is designed for traditional aged college students (18-24) and HavenPlus is designed for non-traditional aged students (24 and up).

1) Students in the target populations must complete Parts 1 of Haven or HavenPlus with a score of 70% or higher in order to satisfy the training requirement.

2) Students in the target populations must complete Haven or HavenPlus in their first term of attendance before they can register for any subsequent terms.

3) Students who do not complete the required training will have a registration hold placed on their account for a future semester.

Target Population:

1.) Graduate and undergraduate degree-seeking students, OR

2.) Students living in university sanctioned housing, regardless of degree-seeking status

3.) UAF only: AlcoholEdu, students 18-25

DOES NOT include occupational endorsement programs

FOR EMPLOYEES - Access via UAonline

It is just as critical for UA employees to train annually on Title IX: Sex and Gender Based Discrimination Prevention especially since university employees are designated responsible employees under Title IX. As such, university staff, faculty and administrators have reporting obligations and must be prepared to provide complainants of: the reporting obligations of responsible employees; complainants' option to request confidentiality and any available confidential advocacy, counseling or other support services; and complainants' right to file a Title IX complaint with the school and to simultaneously report a crime to campus or local law enforcement. The training for employees provides tools to assist employees in performing this obligation should the occasion ever arise. Learn more about Responsible Employees HERE.


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