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TITLE IX TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

If you have been identified as one of NC State’s responsible employees, you must complete a Title IX approved training program on an annual basis.

TITLE IX TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

If you have been identified as one of NC State’s responsible employees, you must complete a Title IX approved training program on an annual basis.

For Students

All incoming first-year undergraduate, graduate and transfer students are required to take “Student Success™ Every Choice Bystander Intervention”, an online, video-based program aimed at reducing campus sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking by equipping students with realistic, actionable bystander intervention tools. The program is also available to all other NC State students with viewing by parents also available.

For Employees

Individuals designated as NC State Responsible Employees are required to annually complete “Student Success™ Not Anymore”, an online, video-based program for faculty and staff. Responsible employees who fail to complete training may be subject to disciplinary (i.e., written warning, reprimand, etc.) or other administrative action (i.e., denial of requests for leave, travel, reimbursements or other privileges in employment). All other faculty and staff members are strongly encouraged to take this training annually.

More Information

For more information about the requirements of responsible employees or to confirm you are in compliance, please see the Equal Opportunity, Title IX and Non-Discrimination Training for Employees Policy or contact the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity at 919.513.0574.

Ready to take your training?

Title IX Training is required once for all incoming NC State students and yearly for Responsible Employees.

Please note that the training above is in addition to NC State’s Discrimination and Harassment Prevention and Response (DHPR) training. Completion of DHPR training fulfills the training requirement for all employees as stated in the NC State Regulation on Discrimination and Harassment Prevention and Response Training (REG 04.25.06). See the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity’s in-person workshop offerings for additional optional training opportunities.