Title IX Committee Members Annual Training

Title IX Committee members receive annual training (jointly OR based on their respective roles). This training includes, but is not limited to:

  • Implicit bias
  • Reporting, confidentiality, and privacy requirements
  • Applicable laws, regulations, and federal regulatory guidance
  • How to implement appropriate and situation-specific remedies
  • How to investigate in a thorough, reliable, and impartial manner
  • How to uphold fairness, equity, and due process
  • How to conduct questioning
  • How to assess credibility
  • How to render findings and generate clear, concise, evidence-based rationales
  • The definitions of all offenses
  • How to conduct an investigation and grievance process including hearings, appeals, and informal resolution processes
  • How to serve impartially by avoiding prejudgment of the facts at issue, conflicts of interest, and bias
  • Issues of relevance of questions and evidence
  • Issues of relevance to create an investigation report that fairly summarizes relevant evidence
  • How to determine appropriate sanctions in reference to all forms of harassment and/or retaliation allegations

All committee members are required to attend these training courses annually. The materials used to train all members are publicly posted