All new students and employees are required to complete primary training modules regarding sexual violence. In addition, ongoing education and awareness programs are provided for students and employees.
All new students to the University are required to complete the My Student Body Essential Course; information and links are sent out to new students prior to each semester. For more information about training and programs for students, please contact the Title IX Coordinator and Director of Equal Opportunity and Outreach Clara I. Reynolds at 978-934-3565, or the Title IX Deputy Coordinator and Associate Dean of Student Affairs Ann Ciaraldi at 978-934-2100.
University Employees should go to the Gender Equity and Title IX page and take the "Intersections: Anti-Harassment & Title IX" training, which is required for all university employees. The supervisor module is required for all supervisors.
For more information about training and programs for employees, please visit Workplace Learning & Development website, or contact the Title IX Coordinator Clara I. Orlando at 978-934-3565, or the Director of Workplace Learning and Development Lee Ann Alden at 978-934-3555.
Please see Title IX Recommended Syllabus Language (pdf). This language is suggested for faculty to include on their syllabi, and may be copied and pasted. It helps to ensure that students are aware of their rights and resources regarding Title IX reporting.
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