Awareness & Education

Awareness & Education

Title IX Training is required for all faculty members

All new faculty are required to complete Title IX training which includes information on the improper relations regulation; Title IX regulations; the prohibited harassment, discrimination, and related misconduct regulation; and which explains and reiterates the mandatory reporting requirement. Additional annual training opportunities are offered in each arts school.

Prevention and education programming

  • New students have mandatory Safe-U training that includes a presentation from the Title IX office.
  • New students also complete multiple online modules that go over sexual assault, sexual harassment, bystander intervention, healthy relationships and consent.
  • UNCSA has this year implemented mandatory annual training for students that will be a continuation of the first-year training.
  • Residence Life staff and student residence assistants receive annual training from the Title IX office at the beginning of the semester.
  • The Title IX office also provides Title IX training upon request to anyone one campus.
  • The Office of Student Affairs provides educational programming and training opportunities throughout the year.
  • UNCSA police offers Rape Aggression Defense RAD training to students, faculty and staff free of charge. The course includes 12 hours or instruction.