Prevention, Education and Training
UND offers on-line and in-person educational opportunities for University students and employees for preventing and responding to discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct.
Discrimination and Harassment Prevention
All new employees are enrolled in the on-line course Discrimination Awareness in the Workplace through SafeColleges. The course provides awareness of discrimination and aims to create an inclusive and welcoming environment.
- Additional courses focusing on supervisory practices are also available through SafeColleges.
- In-person educational opportunities are available upon department request to Equal Opportunity & Title IX.
All new employees are enrolled in the on-line courses Campus SaVE Act for Employees - Sexual Violence Awareness, and Title IX Compliance through VectorSolutions (formerly SafeColleges). The courses provide information about recognizing and responding to sexual misconduct and employee obligations under Title IX regulations. All employees are required to complete the Title IX Compliance training annually. Department chairs or directors may request to have an in-person training in lieu of the annual on-line Title IX Compliance training. Employees who do not complete the mandatory training will not be eligible for pay increases.
- Additional courses related to sexual harassment are also available through SafeColleges. Customized in-person education for employees is available through Equal Opportunity & Title IX.
- First-year and transfer students new to UND are required to complete Think About It, an interactive on-line program that includes sexual violence prevention as well as alcohol and drug abuse awareness and prevention.
- Our CVIC at UND campus prevention and educational specialist provides in-person education to students around sexual violence, healthy relationships and bystander intervention.
Students and employees can learn how they can play a part in preventing and responding to violence, discrimination, sexual assault, relationship abuse, depression and suicide prevention, alcohol and alcohol poisoning, and disordered eating through Step UP! Bystander Intervention education.