Training

The Office of Equal Employment Opportunity & Title IX Compliance shares the responsibility of creating and supporting an inclusive environment free of harassment and discrimination.  A variety of training and educational presentations are available for the University community.

Online

The University is offering a prevention program to its employees and students in the form of online training.  “Not Anymore” is an interactive online program designed to prevent sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking.

In Person

Staff from the Office of EEO & Title IX Compliance can come to your office or department/division to present Title IX information. We regularly present information sessions or training for:

  • Faculty (explaining the types of sex discrimination, reporting obligations, and resources for students)
  • New students
  • Students in transition (embarking on study abroad, internships, etc.)
  • Graduate assistants, teaching assistants, and other student-employees
  • Offices, departments, divisions
  • Special, individual needs
Other training and presentations topics include:
  • Consent
  • Stalking
  • Sexual assault
  • Bystander intervention
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Complainant/Respondent Advocacy
  • VSU Anti-harassment Policies
  • ADA/Reasonable Accommodation
  • EEO – Recruitment and Selection Best Practices
  • Harassment and Discrimination Prevention

To request a presentation or training, please contact the Office of EEO & Title IX Compliance at TitleIX@vsu.edu or (804)-524-5371.