All students, faculty, and staff must complete training to ensure you know your rights and Title IX violations.
Requirements for Students
All first-time, first year, transfer and graduate students are required to complete the online Campus Prevention Training before the prescribed deadline to avoid a registration hold. The online training is approximately 2 hours in length and can be completed in multiple settings. Students are encouraged to start early and complete sections in increments.
Fall: September 9, 2022
Spring: February 6, 2023
Holds will be applied to all students who have not completed the assigned training, prior to mandatory advising to encourage completion before registration. To remove a registration hold, you must complete the training then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Holds are removed Monday - Friday between 8am to 5pm.Complete Student Training Email email@example.com
Requirements for Employees
Faculty and staff members are required to complete the online Title IX Gender-Based Misconduct Training within 30 days of their hire date.Complete Employee Training
Requirements for Title IX Staff
All Title IX personnel shall receive training each academic year. The 2022 Title IX training was presented by the TSUS Office of General Counsel, presented by Darren G. Gibson of Littler Mendelson, P.C. January 18 – 20, 2022.
Consent is mutual, freely given, and informed. You need consent for every form of sexual activity or you may be responsible for sexual assault.
Mutual. It is active, not passive, and can be withdrawn at any time. Past consent to sexual activities does not imply ongoing future consent and consent for one form of sexual activity does not imply consent to other forms of sexual activity. Silence does not necessarily constitute consent. It is the responsibility of the initiator to obtain consent.
Freely Given. Consent is only possible when there is equal power in the relationship. If coercion, intimidation, or threats of physical force are used, there is no consent. There is no consent when there is force, expressed or implied, or use of duress or deception upon the victim. Whether an individual has taken advantage of a position of influence over an alleged victim may be a factor in determining consent.
Informed. If a person is impaired due to alcohol, drugs, being asleep, unconscious, mentally impaired, or below the age of legal consent, there can be no consent. Such person cannot understand the fact, nature, or extent of the sexual situation; the initiator should know, or reasonably should know, if an individual is incapacitated.
Things to remember...
Consent is permission, approval or agreement through words or body language.
Consent is a process and must be given at every stage of intimacy.
Consent is F.R.I.E.S (Freely Given; Reversible; Informed; Enthusiastic; Specific)
Consent is NOT present if a person says NO in any way and at any point.
Consent is NOT able to be given if a person is under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication, asleep or unconscious.