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Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Training

Training, education, and prevention programs are a collaborative effort among several offices on-campus. The offices listed below provide programs for faculty, staff, and students by request. In addition to planned programs, trainings, and campaigns, these units are also available to collaborate in the development of ad hoc programs or provide talks/lectures on related topics upon request. Students, faculty, and staff can contact the offices below for more information.

To request an in-person or Zoom training related to Title IX and reporting sexual misconduct/assault, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual harassment, and stalking, please submit the electronic training request form.

  • Office of Equal Opportunity and Access

    All University personnel (including student employees) are required to complete Mandatory Reporting Training upon hire, as well as annually during the month of October. OEOA is responsible for coordinating this training for the University, along with yearly discrimination and harassment training and disseminating training information provided by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. Additional in-person or virtual trainings are available upon request.
    Phone: (309) 438-3383

  • Health Promotion and Wellness

    Health Promotion and Wellness (HPW) offers several different workshops regarding consent, bystander empowerment, healthy relationships, and general wellness topics led by both HPW staff and student groups.
    Request a Workshop:
    Phone: (309) 438-9355

  • Student Counseling Services

    Student Counseling Services (SCS) offers a variety of outreach services including presentations, workshops, facilitated discussions, and other programming covering many different topics such as stress management, alcohol and substance use issues, conflict management, and communication strategies.
    Outreach Programs for the ISU Community:
    Phone: (309) 438-3655

  • Campus Safety & Security

    A variety of resources surrounding crime prevention and information about University preparedness initiatives are available on the Campus Safety and Security website.

Required Trainings for Title IX Staff

Illinois State University has an obligation to train Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process on the definition of sexual harassment; the scope of our institution’s educational programs and activities; how to conduct an investigation and grievance procedure; issues of relevance in investigative reports; and how to serve impartially by avoiding pre-judgement, bias, and conflicts of interest. The below materials have been used by the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access in recent trainings.

U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights Webinars

Trainings Provided by Outside Firms and Professional Organizations

Illinois State University Presentations and Trainings