The University of Alabama at Birmingham is committed to providing an environment that respects the dignity of its students, faculty and staff. It is the responsibility of every member of the University community to foster an environment free of forms of sex-based discrimination including sexual harassment. So that the University may continue to foster a climate of respect and security on campus as it relates to preventing and responding to acts of sexual misconduct all members of our community are expected to complete these online trainings. Please click on the links below to learn more.

  • Online Education and Training

    • Faculty & Staff

      Title IX: Prevent Sexual Violence Together

      This course is designed to teach all employees how to identify, address, and prevent forms of sex-based discrimination.

      Prevent Sexual Violence Together is a story-based learning module included in this course. Prevent Sexual Violence Together examines how sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and stalking affects campus communities. Some of the story-based examples may be disturbing. If you feel the need to take a break from the learning module or are unable to complete it, please contact the Title IX Office (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and request an alternative assignment.

      Learning Management System

      Responsible Reporting Official Resource and Response Guide

    • Login to EverFi

      Course Descriptions

      Graduates & Professional Students Training

      Graduate/Professional Students

      Graduate and professional students will be contacted by their academic school directly. If you have not received information, please follow the steps below to complete the module.

      • Access the course: Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students
      • Sign in using your BlazerID and Password
      • Click the blue ‘Get Started’ button to launch each course
      • Due dates are set by the individual schools and colleges

      For further inquiries, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

       

      Alcohol Edu for College and EVERFI Course Descriptions

      Course Description

      AlcoholEdu for College encourages students to reflect on their drinking and encourages safe decision-making, making campuses safer for all. Topics include alcohol, vaping, and cannabis awareness and prevention and training for students.

      Learning Objectives

      • Provide information about alcohol and other drugs, and campus policies as required by EDGAR Part 86
      • Equip students with bystander intervention training to intervene when witnessing dangerous or concerning behavior
      • Inform students about the emotional and physical effects of cannabis and e-cigarette use

      Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates

      Preparing students to succeed post-graduation means equipping them now with the skills and knowledge to identify and intervene when they witness unsafe or unhealthy behavior with friends or coworkers. Research shows that the most effective prevention education requires messaging that is tailored to diverse populations and delivered across the student lifecycle.

      EVERFI’s Sexual Assault Prevention Suite is a comprehensive education solution that engages students as they progress, fostering healthy relationships and preparing them to recognize and respond to sexual assault and harassment when it occurs.

      Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduate Students learners will recognize sexual assault and harassment behavior, identify healthy and unhealthy relationship practices, practice skills to navigate consent-focused conversations, and safely engage in bystander intervention. This course reflects training requirements outlined in the 2020 Title IX changes.

      Learning Objectives

      • Learn strategies to recognize and take action in risky or harmful situations
      • Identify healthy and unhealthy relationship practices
      • Practice stills to navigate consent-focused learner attitudes and behaviors
      • Learn how to access resources for support
      • Safely engage in bystander intervention

       


       

      Course Description

      Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate

      Preparing students to succeed post-graduation means equipping them now with the skills and knowledge to identify and intervene when they witness unsafe or unhealthy behavior with friends or coworkers. Research shows that the most effective prevention education requires messaging that is tailored to diverse populations and delivered across the student lifecycle.

      EVERFI’s Sexual Assault Prevention Suite is a comprehensive education solution that engages students as they progress, fostering healthy relationships and preparing them to recognize and respond to sexual assault and harassment when it occurs.

      Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students equips graduate students with the tools needed to navigate new and complex relationships including how to identify and respond to harassment from a faculty member or advisor, other workplace-based harassment, how to respectfully engage with undergraduate students, and how to respond to student disclosures. This course reflects training requirements outlined in the 2020 Title IX changes.

      Learning Objectives

      • Learn strategies to recognize and take action in risky or harmful situations
      • Explore options for how to respond to and support someone who has experienced this behavior
      • Learn how to access resources for support

       


       

      Course Description

      Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing: Healthy Relationships

      Preparing students to succeed post-graduation means equipping them now with the skills and knowledge to identify and intervene when they witness unsafe or unhealthy behavior with friends or coworkers. Research shows that the most effective prevention education requires messaging that is tailored to diverse populations and delivered across the student lifecycle.

      EVERFI’s Sexual Assault Prevention Suite is a comprehensive education solution that engages students as they progress, fostering healthy relationships and preparing them to recognize and respond to sexual assault and harassment when it occurs.

      Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing: Healthy Relationships empowers students beyond their first year by strengthening their consent and relationship skills, and their ability to intervene when friends engage in unsafe or unhealthy behavior. Building on students’ developmental experiences, this course prepares them to navigate professional environments using realistic scenarios and increases survivor empathy through understanding the impact of trauma. This course satisfies compliance mandates for continuing education as defined in the Clery Act and reflects training requirements outlined in the 2020 Title IX changes.

      Learning Objectives

      • Learn strategies to recognize and take action in risky or harmful situations
      • Identify healthy and unhealthy relationship practices
      • Practice stills to navigate consent-focused learner attitudes and behaviors
      • Safely engage in bystander intervention
      • Increase survivor empathy through understanding the impacts of trauma

      EverFi Training FAQ

      How to access

      If you are taking the Everfi AlcoholEdu or Sexual Assault Prevention for College course, please refer to the below instructions:

      1. Sign in using your BlazerID and Password
      2. Register with EverFi and clicking ‘Next’
      3. Your dashboard should display both courses: 1) AlcoholEDU and 2) Sexual Assault Prevention
      4. Click ‘Get Started’ button to launch each course

      Important tips:

      1. The course is optimized for tablets, laptops, and desktop computers. If you are trying to access the course via cell phone, utilize one of the other options.
      2. Make sure you are accessing the course from the link provided in the automated email from Everfi.
      3. Try a different internet browser released in the last two years. The course is best supported by the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari (preferred), or Internet Explorer 11+.
      4. If you have any accessibility issues, please select “accessibility mode” once you are in the course.
      5. Need more help? Contact EVERFI’s 24/7 tech support using “Help” within the course, by visiting support.everfi.com, or by calling 866-384-9062.

      Why are these trainings required?

      • So that the University may continue to foster a safe and respectful climate on campus as it relates to preventing and responding to acts of Prohibited Conduct, this Policy and related procedures have been created and serve to demonstrate the University’s commitment to:
        • Delivering primary prevention and awareness programs and ongoing training and education campaigns to students and employees so they may identify Prohibited Conduct; understand how to report Prohibited Conduct; recognize warning signs of potentially abusive behavior and ways to reduce risks; and learn about safe and positive options for bystander intervention that may be carried out by an individual to prevent harm or intervene when there is a risk of Prohibited Conduct.

      I did this at another school, do I have to do it again?

      UAB can only access information about courses completed by students who are enrolled at UAB and cannot access information about courses completed at another institution. The courses include UAB-specific resources and information that you should be aware of, so plan to take the course(s) again.

      What trainings will I be required to take?

      Students will be required to complete Alcohol EDU (Part 1 & 2), Sexual Assault Prevention (Part 1 & 2), and On-going training.

      How do I log into EVERFI?

      • You will receive an email with a link indicating a training has been assigned to you or visit the website: https://admin.fifoundry.net/en/pvamu/sign_in.
      • You can log in using your Blazer email computer login credentials.

      What do I do if I’m having technical issues with EVERFI training?

      Click on “Tools” and “Help” within the training to speak with an EVERFI specialist and receive help on a particular training.

      What do I do if I’m having technical issues logging into EVERFI or questions in general about EVERFI?

      Contact Title IX Office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 205-996-1340.

      I am an online student; do I have to do this requirement?

      Yes, the Everfi requirements apply to all UAB students, regardless of residency.

      I don’t' drink am I still required to take this course?

      Yes, all students who are enrolled at UAB must complete the assigned trainings.

      Part 2 is locked, what do I do?

      You can access part 2 of the training 30 days after completion of part 1 training.

      I forgot my password or I can't access my account:

      • Use the forgot password link from within the Everfi platform
      • You should have used your @uab.edu email address - but you may have used another email address when you registered.
      • You may have made a typo when you originally set up your account (for example, in your email address). If you think that this might be the case, contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call at 205-996-1340 to check.

      How long do the online courses take?

      All incoming student online courses will take approximately 1.5 to 2 hours (90-120 minutes) to complete. All continuing student online courses will take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete.


      AlcoholEdu Training FAQ

      What is AlcoholEDU?

      AlcoholEDU is an interactive, online program designed to inform students about how alcohol affects the body, mind, perceptions and behaviors. The research-based course offers accurate and non-judgmental information, while providing personalized feedback that encourages students to consider their own drinking decisions and those of their peers in a manner that promotes healthy student norms and low-risk behaviors.

      What does research say about alcoholedu

      Data suggest that AlcoholEdu significantly improves knowledge and increases protective behaviors among students who drink alcohol. A research study on AlcoholEdu showed that students who completed it experienced a 50% reduction in negative academic and personal consequences (Wall, 2007). Wall, A. F. (2007). Evaluating a Health Education Website: The Case of AlcoholEdu. NASPA Journal, 44(4), Art. 4.

      Why do I have to take this?

      The college experience encompasses many situations outside of academics. Alcohol may or may not be a part of that experience. As part of our comprehensive approach to alcohol education and to proactively address alcohol use, we require that all students complete the course so you can consider how you would approach situations involving alcohol while at UAB. The course also provides you with campus expectations and resources. 

      I am a non-drinker, do I still have to take the course?

      We understand many college students are non-drinkers, however even non-drinkers can be impacted by the alcohol use of others. AlcoholEdu is designed to provide a personalized course based on the information you provide. If you don’t drink, you will receive information tailored to you that supports your non-drinking behavior. You will also receive information about how to cope with the drinking behaviors of others in addition to learning skills for how to intervene if someone’s drinking puts them or others at risk. Additionally, there may be future situations in which you reconsider your decision on whether to abstain or not. The information provided in this course can prepare you in making an educated decision about alcohol use regardless of whether your drinking status changes in the future.

      Are there any students who are exempt from taking it?

      No, all registered students are required to complete the course.

      I’ve already taken the course, do I have to take it again?

      All students must complete this course.

      Will my information be private? Can I get in trouble for my answers?

      The course asks questions about your behaviors and attitudes to help personalize your experience. Because the course is personalized, it is beneficial to answer each question honestly so you can receive the most tailored and relevant information. All responses are confidential; the school will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will not receive information that will connect any student with their answer. We will only be able to see whether or not students’ completion or incompletion status as well as final grade. Absolutely no individual answers to questions or free-responses are linked with your personal information and there are no repercussions associated with any of your answers. 

      How can parents/family members learn more about AlcoholEdu?

      Parents and family members play a significant role in educating students about alcohol use and setting expectations for use while in college. There is a page just for parents called AlcoholEdu for Parents where you can learn more about how to have constructive conversations about alcohol with your student. The content provided is designed to support your conversations about alcohol to help shape the decisions your student will make regarding their alcohol use. The webpage available at http://www.everfi.com/alcoholeduforparents includes:
      • An overview of the AlcoholEdu course structure and key concepts.
      • A demo video that provides you with an overview of the course experience your child will be moving through. 
      • Helpful resources, such as tips on talking to your college student about alcohol, warning signs of an alcohol problem and links to additional resources.

      How long does this course take?

      AlcoholEDU has 2 parts. Part 1 takes approximately 1.5-2 hours to complete. Part 2 is about 5 to 10 minutes long. You do not have to do the course in one sitting. AlcoholEDU is divided into smaller modules. You can complete a module in about 5 to 10 minutes. As long as you complete a module in its entirety, you will be able to log back in later and begin the next module. 

      What happens if I do not complete AlcoholEDU on time?

      If you do not complete AlcoholEDU by the due date, a hold will be placed on your account which will prevent you from registering on-time for classes the following semester.

    • Login to EverFi

      Course Descriptions

      Training for Undergraduates

      As part of our comprehensive prevention program, incoming UAB students are expected to complete AlcoholEdu for College and Sexual Assault Prevention. This online education will empower you to make well-informed decisions about issues that affect your years at UAB and beyond. If you have any questions about the courses, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

      First Semester- AlcoholEdu & Sexual Assault Prevention

      EverFi’s AlcoholEdu & Sexual Assault Prevention courses will educate you on substance abuse, sexual violence, healthy relationships, and bystander intervention. These are important topics that require the commitment of your time and effort. Through your dedication, these courses will set the foundation for success at UAB.

       

      Second Year - AlcoholEdu Ongoing & Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing

      AlcoholEdu on-going education & Sexual Assault Prevention courses will educate you on substance abuse, sexual violence, healthy relationships, and bystander intervention. Through your dedication, these courses will empower you to make smart decisions and ensure your success throughout your undergraduate career.

       

      Alcohol Edu for College and EVERFI Course Descriptions

      Course Description

      AlcoholEdu for College encourages students to reflect on their drinking and encourages safe decision-making, making campuses safer for all. Topics include alcohol, vaping, and cannabis awareness and prevention and training for students.

      Learning Objectives

      • Provide information about alcohol and other drugs, and campus policies as required by EDGAR Part 86
      • Equip students with bystander intervention training to intervene when witnessing dangerous or concerning behavior
      • Inform students about the emotional and physical effects of cannabis and e-cigarette use

      Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates

      Preparing students to succeed post-graduation means equipping them now with the skills and knowledge to identify and intervene when they witness unsafe or unhealthy behavior with friends or coworkers. Research shows that the most effective prevention education requires messaging that is tailored to diverse populations and delivered across the student lifecycle.

      EVERFI’s Sexual Assault Prevention Suite is a comprehensive education solution that engages students as they progress, fostering healthy relationships and preparing them to recognize and respond to sexual assault and harassment when it occurs.

      Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduate Students learners will recognize sexual assault and harassment behavior, identify healthy and unhealthy relationship practices, practice skills to navigate consent-focused conversations, and safely engage in bystander intervention. This course reflects training requirements outlined in the 2020 Title IX changes.

      Learning Objectives

      • Learn strategies to recognize and take action in risky or harmful situations
      • Identify healthy and unhealthy relationship practices
      • Practice stills to navigate consent-focused learner attitudes and behaviors
      • Learn how to access resources for support
      • Safely engage in bystander intervention

       


       

      Course Description

      Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate

      Preparing students to succeed post-graduation means equipping them now with the skills and knowledge to identify and intervene when they witness unsafe or unhealthy behavior with friends or coworkers. Research shows that the most effective prevention education requires messaging that is tailored to diverse populations and delivered across the student lifecycle.

      EVERFI’s Sexual Assault Prevention Suite is a comprehensive education solution that engages students as they progress, fostering healthy relationships and preparing them to recognize and respond to sexual assault and harassment when it occurs.

      Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students equips graduate students with the tools needed to navigate new and complex relationships including how to identify and respond to harassment from a faculty member or advisor, other workplace-based harassment, how to respectfully engage with undergraduate students, and how to respond to student disclosures. This course reflects training requirements outlined in the 2020 Title IX changes.

      Learning Objectives

      • Learn strategies to recognize and take action in risky or harmful situations
      • Explore options for how to respond to and support someone who has experienced this behavior
      • Learn how to access resources for support

       


       

      Course Description

      Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing: Healthy Relationships

      Preparing students to succeed post-graduation means equipping them now with the skills and knowledge to identify and intervene when they witness unsafe or unhealthy behavior with friends or coworkers. Research shows that the most effective prevention education requires messaging that is tailored to diverse populations and delivered across the student lifecycle.

      EVERFI’s Sexual Assault Prevention Suite is a comprehensive education solution that engages students as they progress, fostering healthy relationships and preparing them to recognize and respond to sexual assault and harassment when it occurs.

      Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing: Healthy Relationships empowers students beyond their first year by strengthening their consent and relationship skills, and their ability to intervene when friends engage in unsafe or unhealthy behavior. Building on students’ developmental experiences, this course prepares them to navigate professional environments using realistic scenarios and increases survivor empathy through understanding the impact of trauma. This course satisfies compliance mandates for continuing education as defined in the Clery Act and reflects training requirements outlined in the 2020 Title IX changes.

      Learning Objectives

      • Learn strategies to recognize and take action in risky or harmful situations
      • Identify healthy and unhealthy relationship practices
      • Practice stills to navigate consent-focused learner attitudes and behaviors
      • Safely engage in bystander intervention
      • Increase survivor empathy through understanding the impacts of trauma

      EverFi Training FAQ

      How to access

      If you are taking the Everfi AlcoholEdu or Sexual Assault Prevention for College course, please refer to the below instructions:

      1. Sign in using your BlazerID and Password
      2. Register with EverFi and clicking ‘Next’
      3. Your dashboard should display both courses: 1) AlcoholEDU and 2) Sexual Assault Prevention
      4. Click ‘Get Started’ button to launch each course

      Important tips:

      1. The course is optimized for tablets, laptops, and desktop computers. If you are trying to access the course via cell phone, utilize one of the other options.
      2. Make sure you are accessing the course from the link provided in the automated email from Everfi.
      3. Try a different internet browser released in the last two years. The course is best supported by the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari (preferred), or Internet Explorer 11+.
      4. If you have any accessibility issues, please select “accessibility mode” once you are in the course.
      5. Need more help? Contact EVERFI’s 24/7 tech support using “Help” within the course, by visiting support.everfi.com, or by calling 866-384-9062.

      Why are these trainings required?

      • So that the University may continue to foster a safe and respectful climate on campus as it relates to preventing and responding to acts of Prohibited Conduct, this Policy and related procedures have been created and serve to demonstrate the University’s commitment to:
        • Delivering primary prevention and awareness programs and ongoing training and education campaigns to students and employees so they may identify Prohibited Conduct; understand how to report Prohibited Conduct; recognize warning signs of potentially abusive behavior and ways to reduce risks; and learn about safe and positive options for bystander intervention that may be carried out by an individual to prevent harm or intervene when there is a risk of Prohibited Conduct.

      I did this at another school, do I have to do it again?

      UAB can only access information about courses completed by students who are enrolled at UAB and cannot access information about courses completed at another institution. The courses include UAB-specific resources and information that you should be aware of, so plan to take the course(s) again.

      What trainings will I be required to take?

      Students will be required to complete Alcohol EDU (Part 1 & 2), Sexual Assault Prevention (Part 1 & 2), and On-going training.

      How do I log into EVERFI?

      • You will receive an email with a link indicating a training has been assigned to you or visit the website: https://admin.fifoundry.net/en/pvamu/sign_in.
      • You can log in using your Blazer email computer login credentials.

      What do I do if I’m having technical issues with EVERFI training?

      Click on “Tools” and “Help” within the training to speak with an EVERFI specialist and receive help on a particular training.

      What do I do if I’m having technical issues logging into EVERFI or questions in general about EVERFI?

      Contact Title IX Office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 205-996-1340.

      I am an online student; do I have to do this requirement?

      Yes, the Everfi requirements apply to all UAB students, regardless of residency.

      I don’t' drink am I still required to take this course?

      Yes, all students who are enrolled at UAB must complete the assigned trainings.

      Part 2 is locked, what do I do?

      You can access part 2 of the training 30 days after completion of part 1 training.

      I forgot my password or I can't access my account:

      • Use the forgot password link from within the Everfi platform
      • You should have used your @uab.edu email address - but you may have used another email address when you registered.
      • You may have made a typo when you originally set up your account (for example, in your email address). If you think that this might be the case, contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call at 205-996-1340 to check.

      How long do the online courses take?

      All incoming student online courses will take approximately 1.5 to 2 hours (90-120 minutes) to complete. All continuing student online courses will take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete.


      AlcoholEdu Training FAQ

      What is AlcoholEDU?

      AlcoholEDU is an interactive, online program designed to inform students about how alcohol affects the body, mind, perceptions and behaviors. The research-based course offers accurate and non-judgmental information, while providing personalized feedback that encourages students to consider their own drinking decisions and those of their peers in a manner that promotes healthy student norms and low-risk behaviors.

      What does research say about alcoholedu

      Data suggest that AlcoholEdu significantly improves knowledge and increases protective behaviors among students who drink alcohol. A research study on AlcoholEdu showed that students who completed it experienced a 50% reduction in negative academic and personal consequences (Wall, 2007). Wall, A. F. (2007). Evaluating a Health Education Website: The Case of AlcoholEdu. NASPA Journal, 44(4), Art. 4.

      Why do I have to take this?

      The college experience encompasses many situations outside of academics. Alcohol may or may not be a part of that experience. As part of our comprehensive approach to alcohol education and to proactively address alcohol use, we require that all students complete the course so you can consider how you would approach situations involving alcohol while at UAB. The course also provides you with campus expectations and resources. 

      I am a non-drinker, do I still have to take the course?

      We understand many college students are non-drinkers, however even non-drinkers can be impacted by the alcohol use of others. AlcoholEdu is designed to provide a personalized course based on the information you provide. If you don’t drink, you will receive information tailored to you that supports your non-drinking behavior. You will also receive information about how to cope with the drinking behaviors of others in addition to learning skills for how to intervene if someone’s drinking puts them or others at risk. Additionally, there may be future situations in which you reconsider your decision on whether to abstain or not. The information provided in this course can prepare you in making an educated decision about alcohol use regardless of whether your drinking status changes in the future.

      Are there any students who are exempt from taking it?

      No, all registered students are required to complete the course.

      I’ve already taken the course, do I have to take it again?

      All students must complete this course.

      Will my information be private? Can I get in trouble for my answers?

      The course asks questions about your behaviors and attitudes to help personalize your experience. Because the course is personalized, it is beneficial to answer each question honestly so you can receive the most tailored and relevant information. All responses are confidential; the school will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will not receive information that will connect any student with their answer. We will only be able to see whether or not students’ completion or incompletion status as well as final grade. Absolutely no individual answers to questions or free-responses are linked with your personal information and there are no repercussions associated with any of your answers. 

      How can parents/family members learn more about AlcoholEdu?

      Parents and family members play a significant role in educating students about alcohol use and setting expectations for use while in college. There is a page just for parents called AlcoholEdu for Parents where you can learn more about how to have constructive conversations about alcohol with your student. The content provided is designed to support your conversations about alcohol to help shape the decisions your student will make regarding their alcohol use. The webpage available at http://www.everfi.com/alcoholeduforparents includes:
      • An overview of the AlcoholEdu course structure and key concepts.
      • A demo video that provides you with an overview of the course experience your child will be moving through. 
      • Helpful resources, such as tips on talking to your college student about alcohol, warning signs of an alcohol problem and links to additional resources.

      How long does this course take?

      AlcoholEDU has 2 parts. Part 1 takes approximately 1.5-2 hours to complete. Part 2 is about 5 to 10 minutes long. You do not have to do the course in one sitting. AlcoholEDU is divided into smaller modules. You can complete a module in about 5 to 10 minutes. As long as you complete a module in its entirety, you will be able to log back in later and begin the next module. 

      What happens if I do not complete AlcoholEDU on time?

      If you do not complete AlcoholEDU by the due date, a hold will be placed on your account which will prevent you from registering on-time for classes the following semester.

  • Request for Training & Education

    The Title IX Office staff is excited to provide information about UAB’s Title IX Sexual Violence and Sexual Violence and Sexual Misconduct Policy. We are happy to schedule time to discuss this Policy, related procedures, the investigation process, as well as resources available for through the Title IX Office. In order to understand your needs, the target audience, and expectations for the requested presentation please complete this form. If you have questions, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    Complete Request Form

  • Training Materials for Title IX Personnel

    All materials used to train the Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process can be accessed using the links below:

    NASPA Track 1 Title IX Coordinators Training

    Download PDF

     

    University of Alabama Birmingham Decision-Maker Training

    View PDF

     

    Dispute Resoluion Center Basic Mediation Training

    View PDF

    View Powerpoint

     

    Higher Education Title IX Investigator Training

    View PDF

  • Upcoming Events

    Conference update

    3rd Annual Title IX Hearing Panel Certification

     

    POSTPONED

    This Hearing Panel Certification course consists of a two-day interactive opportunity to develop skills to serve on a campus hearing panel.

    Title IX Office 205-996-1340 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.