Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response
This required educational module for employees provides information on preventing and responding to sexual misconduct and related retaliation.
Accessing, completing and revisiting the education module
- The Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response education module for employees can be found on the My Training page in the Training Hub once you have been assigned to take it. For further assistance, the University has prepared a step-by-step help guide, which includes information about taking and completing the module.
- The module takes approximately one hour to complete. You may begin the module and then return to complete it at a later date.
Once you complete the module, it will remain available to you through the Past Training tab on the My Training page. You can also review it at any time by following the instructions found on the guide above.
Who is required to complete the education module
- This education module is required for all University leaders, faculty, staff, and student workers. Everyone is responsible for preventing sexual misconduct and related retaliation, and education is critical to create a community of common knowledge and common action.
- Graduate assistants, fellows, and undergraduate student workers will be assigned the education module.
- People classified as “persons of interest” (i.e., those who are engaged in work, unpaid or paid, in various capacities in our University community, such as having a role in research, serving as a consultant, engaging in student advising), are required to complete the module. If you are unsure whether you are in this category, please ask your supervisor or University contact.
- If you don’t complete the module, your supervisor will follow up with you as necessary. Completing the education module is considered part of your job duties and may be used by your supervisor to help track your performance.
Accommodations, accessibility and support
The University is committed to making education and information available to all faculty and staff. If you require accommodations due to disability or for other reasons, please speak to your supervisor, HR Lead, or contact the University’s Disability Resource Center.
If you believe you may have difficulty completing this course because you have been negatively impacted by sexual misconduct, you may also contact these resources listed below to discuss an alternative path to completing the education module.
Twin Cities, Crookston, Morris, Rochester, Extension and ROCs
- The Aurora Center (confidential resource)
- Web - http://aurora.umn.edu/
- Office Phone - (612) 626-2929
- 24 Hour Helpline - (612) 626-9111
- Text - (612) 615-8911 (text “TALK”)
- In Person - 117 Appleby Hall, 128 Pleasant St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
- Gender and Sexuality Center
- Director of Office of Diversity & Inclusion - Susana Pelayo Woodward (confidential resource)
- In Person - KSC 233Phone - (218) 726-8444
- Email - [email protected]
- Program Coordinator of Sexuality and Gender Equity Initiatives - Roze Brooks
- In Person - KSC 245
- Phone - (218) 726-7300
- Email - [email protected]
The following are links to additional systemwide employee resources for reporting, confidential resources, Title IX coordinators, and relevant UMN policies.
Reporting Contact Information
Title IX Coordinators
- Sexual Harassment, SexualAssault, Stalking and Relationships (Board of Regents Policy)
- Equity, Diversity, Equal Opportunity, and Affirmative Action (Board of Regents Policy)
- Disability Services (Board of Regents Policy)
- Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, Stalking and Relationships (Administrative Policy)
- Gender Identity, Gender Expression, Names and Pronouns (Administrative Policy)
- Retaliation (Administrative Policy)
- Employee Absences for Religious Holidays (Administrative Policy)
- Accessibility of Information Technology (Administrative Policy)