We understand that many members of the campus community have been subjected to sexual misconduct during their lives. There are options for meeting the training requirement. You can begin the training and decide for yourself whether it is overwhelming. You can stop and change your mind at any time.
If you do not wish to begin the training or decide partway through that you do not wish to continue, you can fill out this form to request to be provided the information in an alternative format. We respond to requests as quickly as possible, but during peak times we may not be able to respond as quickly as we would like. As long as you have submitted your request prior to your deadline, you will be considered to be in compliance with the requirement.
No matter what you decide, please know that there are campus resources available to help you heal after experiencing sexual misconduct.
- The Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education (CARE) provides advocacy services to victims and survivors.
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides mental health services and referrals to students.
- The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides mental health services and referrals to faculty and staff.